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What’s New from: Snom, Brother, Polygiene, Huawei, Jola & Avacor

Better together

3CX and Snom are taking their 10-year working relationship to the next level with the development of coordinated USPs that give partners and resellers compelling arguments for a UCC infrastructure made up of the 3CX phone system and Snom products. This builds on an existing relationship that ensures seamless integration between Snom IP phones and the 3CX UCC solution, with the Snom R&D department making sure Snom phones support all new versions and features provided by 3CX and 3CX making sure that new functionalities introduced on Snom phones can be used by its customers. Both companies also work closely together in the area of customer support so that they can offer customers coordinated solutions. www.snom.com

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MFC-J6940DW

Inking in the gaps

Brother UK is bridging the gap between its upgraded X-Series of A3 inkjet printers for larger businesses and its A4 Mini Business range, introduced last year for small office/ home office users, with the launch of a new range of A4/A3 inkjet printers with print speeds of 28 images per minute (up from 22 ipm before) and a monthly duty cycle of 2,500 pages (up from 1,500 pages). The MFC-J5340DW, MFC-J5740DW, MFCJ6540DW and MFC-J6940DW also feature automatic two-sided printing and optional A3 print and scan capabilities. Russell Brown, Head of SOHO Sales at Brother UK, said: “This new range balances time-saving features with affordability to boost everyday productivity, while helping firms keep their costs down and remain secure with the latest network authentication and Wi-Fi security protocols.” https://www.brother.co.uk/printers/ inkjet-printers/all-in-one-inkjet

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bio pencils

Safe to touch

Office products dealers may be interested in a new range of UK-made stationery products featuring an anti-microbial coating that continually reduces microbial levels. Bio5 claims protection provided by Polygiene BioMaster technology lasts for the useful lifetime of the products, with Bio5 antimicrobial pencils showing a 99.7% reduction in the virus that causes COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) after 24 hours. Bio5 stationery products are made from sustainable timber and are manufactured in the UK to reduce their carbon footprint. www.polygiene.com

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Extreme speed

from  has expanded its mesh router portfolio with the release of the HUAWEI WiFi Mesh 7 and HUAWEI WiFi Mesh 3. The HUAWEI WiFi Mesh 7 tri-band router (RRP: £329.99) provides large households with blazing fast Wi-Fi 6 Plus connection speeds of up to 6,600Mbps for up to 250 devices within 6,000 square feet, while the HUAWEI WiFi Mesh 3 dualband router (RRP: £249.99) provides connection speeds of to 3,000Mbps. https://consumer.huawei.com/uk/

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avocor

Nice to Meet you

Interactive display company Avocor has been introducing its Google Meet Series One all-in-one video conferencing devices to potential customers in the US and Europe via a series of roadshows and tradeshows including ISE 2022 in Barcelona and InfoComm 2022 in Las Vegas. Developed in collaboration with Google Workspace to bring meeting equity to in-person and remote participants, the Series One Desk 27 combines the functions of a 27-inch desk monitor, laptop docking station and digital whiteboard, through integration of the popular Google Jamboard app, while the wall-mountable 65-inch Board 65 is designed to bring teams together for more efficient and intuitive collaboration. For mobility, sharing and the ability to set up spontaneous meetings anywhere, there is the option of a purpose-built stand. Both devices recently won Red Dot design awards, for design excellence and ‘Best of the Best’ respectively. www.avocor.com

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Lee Broxson

PSTN line replacement

With PSTN switch-off very much on the horizon, wholesale SIP provider Jola has created a PSTN Replacement Toolkit that enables partners to provide replacement products for the millions of PSTN lines that won’t be able to use a SoGEA or FTTP type replacement due to costs, incompatibility or logistical challenges. These include PSTN-connected intruder alarms and call points in hospitals, supermarkets and hotels that allow people to book a taxi or receive information for free. Lee Broxson, CSO of Jola, said: “We create unique solutions for every user-type from our PSTN Replacement Toolkit. Jola partners are currently upgrading analogue call points in hospitals, hotels and hospitality venues, as well as replacing PSTN lines in alarm systems nationwide. We provide dual-SIM routers, multi-network SIMs, Analogue Telephone Adaptors (ATAs), SIP Overlay and cost-effective calls.” www.jola.co.uk

 

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