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Telcom & Data Introduces the New and Improved CS530 Wireless Headset from Plantronics

Telcom & Data is now offering the Plantronics CS530 wireless headset. The revolutionary headset features performance advancements that tackle today’s business needs, including advanced audio-clarity innovation and 350 feet of wireless mobility.Milwaukee, WI June 12, 2012

The CS530 is incredibly flexible

The CS530 is incredibly flexible. Multitasking hands-free is easy with 350 feet of wireless mobility. Additionally, users are able to conference with up to three additional headsets. The headset features convenient one-touch volume control and answer/end buttons. The headset as well includes a handset lifter to remotely answer and end calls.

The CS530 boasts excellent audio clarity with advanced wideband audio providing high definition voice quality. A noise-canceling microphone reduces background noise just as co-workers and other phones. In the same fashion, the headset has voice dedicated DECT research, eliminating Wi-Fi interference.

ABOUT Telcom & Data: Since 1996 Telcom & Data has been providing thousands of telecommunications solutions to organizations around the world to measurably improve communications. The company is a leader in business phone systems including VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) phones, conference phones, and headsets. Telcom & Data maintains a network of over 1500 technicians with locations in Chicago, Milwaukee, and Miami.

ABOUT Plantronics: Plantronics offers one of the industry's most complete families of corded and wireless products for unified communications. Widely recognized for their sound quality, reliability, and comfort, Plantronics' audio solutions help companies extend the benefits of IP communications throughout the extended enterprise, fostering better business communication and efficiency regardless of where professionals are working.

Plantronics has active and collaborative partnerships with the leading UC providers for enterprise, including Avaya, Cisco, IBM and Microsoft, as then as consumer VoIP providers to ensure seamless interoperability.

More information: Yahoo