Yealink's W52P IP telephones are designed using VoIP chipset from DSP group. Yealink is leading maker of SIP-based VoIP phones. DSP group's VoIP chipset is powered by ARM 926 application processor and a DSP processor. The VoIP phone from Yealink features HD voice support, intercom, transfer, call forward, three way conferencing and such features.
"DSP Group's DECT VoIP chipset will measurably impact the W52P's feature set, while still delivering outstanding price-performance to our end users," said Stone Lu, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Yealink. "DSP Group's DECT VoIP technology will allow us to quickly deploy HD voice DECT IP phones across regions where there is a high demand for superior levels of voice quality," he concluded.
"We are pleased and proud to be chosen by a global Top Five SIP Phone provider like -Yealink, a company known for innovation and market leadership," said Fredy Rabih, Vice President, VoIP Product Management at DSP Group. "Our partnership with Yealink will enhance the DSP Group's growing share in the VoIP domain, which we've targeted strategically. Our solution will help Yealink continue to deliver superior performance and a rich set of VoIP features, all in a cost-effective and field-proven package," he continued.