Iwatsu Voice Networks and Esnatech Launch WeLink Conference Server
Companies’ promotional video demonstrates the server’s ability to enable multiple-party conference calls and secure voice meetings via session initiated protocol.
Iwatsu Voice Networks, a provider of voice communication systems, has announced the release of its WeLINK Conference Server.
Developed in partnership with Esnatech, the WeLINK Conference Server works in conjunction with the Iwatsu Enterprise-CS Communication System to enable multiple-party conference calls and secure voice meetings via Session Initiated Protocol. (Watch video below for a promotional demonstration.)
The Iwatsu WeLINK Conference Server can initiate on-demand conference calls, bringing together remote users via their desk phone, home phone, mobile phone, or soft phone. Multiple meeting modes enable attendees to speak and be heard.
The meeting moderator also has the ability to control when participants can be heard by other attendees. This prevents participants from talking over each other and other background noise that can interfere with sound quality.
WeLINK conferences provide adhoc meeting features as well. Users of WeLink simply notify the participants of the conference start time, the conference bridge phone number, and the access code.
Michael Marchioni, vice president of product development at Iwatsu Voice Networks believes conferencing has legs now and in the near term. “Conferencing significantly reduces unnecessary business travel costs and boost staff productivity,” he says.
Watch a promotional demonstration of the WeLINK offering here: