Dahua and Yeastar PBX-intercom integration

Issue 8 2021 News, Access Control & Identity Management

Dahua Technology and Yeastar announced their new ECO partnership on PBX-intercom integration. The two companies aim to provide a comprehensive and unified communication solution for small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), allowing mutual customers to benefit from visual intercom, remote access control, integrated video conferencing, instant messaging, file sharing, multi-client management, easy configuration, as well as many other advanced features and communication experiences.

Since its first launch in June 2020, the Dahua Eco Partner Program (DEPP) has seen integrations with more than 80 companies in the industry. “It’s great to have Yeastar in our Eco Partner Program. Dahua has been committed to building a smart ecosystem together with global technology partners and looking forward to creating joint value for customers through integrated solutions,” says Peter Pan, Dahua Global Technology Partner Alliance director.

The seamless interoperability of Dahua’s intercom devices and Yeastar P-Series PBX System has been proven after a series of tests and certifications, making it ideal for remote intercom communications and public access control in various industries, such as office buildings, airports, hospitals, schools, etc.

In simple terms, with the PBX-Intercom integration, SME customers can:

• Control the intercom system remotely anytime from any Yeastar PBX extension.

• See who is at the front door and converse easily via the IP videophone or Yeastar Linkus web client.

• Screen visitors at entrances, car parks and security barriers.

• Automatically forward door phone calls to mobile number or the Linkus mobile client when not answered.


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