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Yealink's VC110 and T49G Video Conferencing Endpoints Now Interoperable With Blue Jeans' Cloud Service

April 27, 2016 | Telepresence Options

Yealink_BlueJeans.jpgYealink adds two new products to its Blue Jeans-compatible video conferencing portfolio

Xiamen, China - April 27, 2016 - Yealink, the global leading unified communication (UC) terminal solution provider, announced today that its two new video conferencing (VC) endpoints, the VC110 for huddle rooms and the T49G for desktops, have achieved interoperability with BlueJeans' cloud-based video communications service. The new endpoints join Yealink's VC400 and VC120 solutions as the latest in the company's lineup of BlueJeans compatible products.

BlueJeans' user-friendly, online video communications software is trusted by some of the world's most respected companies, including Facebook, ADP and Viacom. BlueJeans provides organizations with powerful, enterprise-grade features such as screen sharing, recording, meeting analytics and integrations with messaging applications and calendar tools. BlueJeans delivers HD video forany combination of conference room systems, mobile devices, phones and computers with consistent network performance through private, dedicated connections.

Now that Yealink's solutions are BlueJeans compatible, customers from small- to medium-sized enterprises can access stable, high-quality video and audio conferencing in both huddle rooms, using the VC110, and on desktop devices with the T49G video phone. The Yealink VC110 offers dual-screen support, full HD 1080P at 30fps video resolution, dynamic bandwidth adjustment and video recording and playback. The T49G video phone features an 8-inch capacitive touch screen and a 2 mega-pixel HD camera. It also provides full HD 1080P at 30fps as well as advanced connectivity using Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0.

"By making the VC110 and T49G endpoints compatible with BlueJeans, we have significantly deepened our cooperation," said Yealink Vice President Stone Lu. "The joint solution enables SMBs and SMEs to enjoy convenient cloud video service and also reap the benefits of our reliable hardware. In doing so, they can maximize the benefits of business collaboration, thus improving productivity and profitability."

For more information about Yealink's premium video conferencing hardware, click here. More information about BlueJeans can be found by clicking here.


About BlueJeans Network
At BlueJeans Network, we create video experiences that people love, and are also trusted by the IT organizations of the world's leading brands. Video communications are an immersive experience that enable employees to work more collaboratively and make businesses more efficient. BlueJeans offers interactive, multi-directional visual communication services through a cloud-based platform that is trusted by the Fortune 100. This gives peace of mind to IT leaders and unleashes the workforce to be their best, wherever they are in the world. BlueJeans Network is a private company headquartered in Mountain View, California. For more information go to: or follow the company @BlueJeansNet

About Yealink
Yealink, the global leading unified communication (UC) terminal solution provider, helps businesses of all sizes make the most of their UC experience and embrace the power of "Easy Collaboration." Yealink One-stop UC Terminal Solutions unify voice, video and data, and satisfy diverse customer needs and usage scenarios. The company's comprehensive product portfolio includes video conferencing systems, conference phones, desk IP phones, wireless DECT phones and accessories. Customers from more than 100 countries enjoy Yealink's reliable UC terminal solutions through its well-established global sales and service network. For more information, please visit:

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