Revolabs FLX™ Receives 2011 Unified Communications Product of the Year Award From INTERNET TELEPHONY

Date published: 3/14/2012

SUDBURY, Mass. — March 14, 2012 — Revolabs Inc. announced today that TMC, a global, integrated media company, has named the Revolabs FLX™ wireless conference phone as a recipient of the 2011 Unified Communications Product of the Year Award sponsored by INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine.
The Revolabs FLX wireless conference phone is designed specifically for conference rooms, executive offices, and SoHo environments. Combining wireless operation, high-quality wide-band audio, 128-bit encryption, and integrated Bluetooth® at a competitive price point, the FLX redefines the traditional conference speakerphone. Unlike the single-component design of previous solutions, Revolabs FLX evolves the conference phone into several distinct components, giving users unprecedented freedom with respect to placement and accessibility of the speaker, microphones, and dial pad.
“With the ability to serve as the audio interface for virtually any major brand of video conferencing equipment, the FLX wireless conference phone is the ideal solution for unified communications, providing wireless freedom and unsurpassed audio quality across the entire enterprise,” said JP Carney, CEO of Revolabs. “We are proud of the FLX’s innovation, and honored to have it recognized with the prestigious Product of the Year Award by TMC.”
“The editors from INTERNET TELEPHONY are pleased to grant a Unified Communications Product of the Year Award to Revolabs for its FLX wireless conference phone,” said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. “Revolabs has proven they are committed to quality and excellence while addressing real needs in the marketplace. We look forward to seeing continued advancement in technology solutions from Revolabs in the future.”
Winners of 2011 Unified Communications Product of the Year Awards are published in the March 2012 issue of INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine, INTERNET TELEPHONY is the leading publication dedicated to IP communications.
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