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Telefonix Turns Up Audio Quality with Dolby Addition


November 15, 2017

So you’ve outfitted the conference room with a shiny, new conferencing system, but have you overlooked one key detail? What about audio quality? Audio quality can serve to make or break a team meeting or that afternoon call with a prospective client.

This week, Telefonix announced the addition of signal processing and spatial audio technology to its portfolio of conferencing solutions with the Dolby Conference Phones with Dolby Voice Technology. The popularity of conferencing solutions is on the rise, but too often to conference calls fall prey to faulty audio. 

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David Hughes, Operations Director of Telefonix Voice & Data, explained, “We are excited to be one of a limited number of exclusive Dolby partners offering the Dolby Conference Phone to UK businesses for the first time. Deploying superior Dolby audio technology brings real-life clarity to all communications, whether it is used on its own as an audio conference phone, or with video conferencing solutions.”

Dolby Voice technology leverages signal processing to offer exceptional audio quality. Paired with 360-degree voice pickup, each person speaking is presented as though they were speaking from a distinct location, which differentiates voices and with noise reduction technology in place each person comes out crystal clear. And, the Telefonix team will handle the heavy lifting of deployment.

"Dolby is a proven leader in creating spectacular audio and video experiences for cinema and home theater. Through Dolby Voice, our scientific research and technologies are applied to collaboration audio for conferencing that is exceptionally clear and natural sounding," said Andrew Border, Vice President, Communications Business Group, Dolby Laboratories.

Communication and collaboration is at the heart of business, there’s no reason for it to suffer due to poor audio quality.

What conferencing solution is your business using?




Edited by Mandi Nowitz