iFusion, the first Apple made for iPhone communications docking station, has been launched in Australia and New Zealand by AltiGen (News - Alert) Communications and its new distribution partner Express Online.
According to AltiGen, the iFusion SmartStation is a complete mobility solution – an ergonomically designed telephone handset that combines the capabilities of many major iPhone (News - Alert) accessories in one device. It also reduces the cost by eliminating the need for an expensive proprietary deskphone.
iFusion has powerful full duplex speakerphone for hands-free conversations and an integrated dock which charges the phone faster than USB.
Compatible with iPhone 3G, 3GS, 4, 4S and iPod touch, iFusion is stated to be well-suited for small office/home office (SOHO) and small-to-medium-sized enterprises (SME), and seamlessly blends iPhone VoIP Apps with existing phone systems such as Cisco (News - Alert) Mobile 8.1, Avaya one-X Mobile, Skype, Counterpath Bria and MaxMobile for Microsoft Lync.
Notable features of iFusion include a one-touch Bluetooth speakerphone and handset, smartphone charging station, USB data synchronization with a connected PC; and connection through users’ cellular network.
“With companies looking to implement mobile solutions for their workforce, and the increased adoption of iPhones in both the Enterprise and Small Business markets, the iFusion product offers companies a flexible solution for managing business communication costs,” said Danny Moore, CEO at Express Online. “We see this as a great opportunity for Express Online and AltiGen in meeting the growing mobility needs in the market.”
With Australia having the second highest iPhone penetration in the world, AltiGen expects the iFusion to be a popular business iPhone accessory here, and is excited to collaborate with Express Online to market the iFusion to its Apple (News - Alert) e/retail and B2B channels in Australia and New Zealand.
Edited by Braden Becker