Sennheiser Enterprise Solutions to Exhibit Innovative Business Headsets at Three January Events

By BCStrategies
18 Jan 2019

Sennheiser Communications, a leading provider of premium audio solutions, announces it will exhibit its full line of advanced UC solutions for the modern workplace at three major trade events in the month of January. Sennheiser Enterprise Solutions will engage with its customer base to show how audio solutions, such as the new SDW 5000 headset with enhanced connectivity to multiple devices, can be leveraged as tools to enhance productivity.

Events for January include:

Avaya Engage
January 20 - 23, Austin, TX, Booth #127

Future Offices” Winter Event
January 23 – 25, New York, NY, Booth #9

ITEXPO
January 30 – February 1, Fort Lauderdale, FL, Booth #234

“We’re planning some exciting changes for Sennheiser, by way of both product innovation and increased engagement with our customers,” said Jim Fairweather, vice president of sales and marketing – Enterprise Solutions Americas. “We want to establish an ongoing dialog with industry decision-makers on how audio solutions can be leveraged to strategically enhance unified communications environments. These January events are the perfect way to begin that conversation in 2019.”

The SDW 5000 UC headset features an innovative base unit that allows for multi-device connectivity. It serves as a communications hub for the modern office, which is typically full of disparate devices.

Sennheiser’s portfolio of advanced unified communications headsets includes the SDW 5000 headset, launched in 2018 to superlative reviews. The SDW 5000 features a versatile base unit that facilitates connectivity to multiple devices, from desk phones to cell phones to laptops or tablets, allowing users to switch devices over the course of the workday and accommodating the new mobile workforce. This model also incorporates 128bit authentication keys and DECT security certification for sensitive environments, plus Super Wide Band sound to meet the industry’s most stringent audio quality standard.

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