Polycom Phones vs Yealink Phones: What are the differences?
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What are the differences between Polycom and Yealink phones?
Q: I was wondering what the differences between your phones, Cisco, Yealink, and Polycom.
A: Cisco phones generally are optimized for Cisco call manager which is proprietary, and Polycom runs on open source SIP type systems.
Both Yealink and Polycom are very reliable phone manufacturers. They have different highlights:
- Polycom phones are known for its outstanding sound quality altogether.
- The Yealink T4 series is compatible with the WF40 wifi dongle which gives you the ability to utilize wifi instead of a hard connection. Most desk phones don’t have this function.
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