October 12, 2022
Conferencing solutions provider DTEN is pursuing Microsoft Teams certification on its most popular collaboration devices. The company expects the certification to help it potentially meet the demands of more than 270 million Teams users worldwide.
Getting the certification means DTEN can be a single vendor provider of hardware, support and device management in a customer’s Teams environment.
Wei Lui is founder and CEO of DTEN.
DTEN’s Wei Liu
“As DTEN solutions are increasingly more recognized in the marketplace, demand has steadily grown for cross-platform solutions,” said Liu. “To better serve our customers and advance solutions for the hybrid workplace, we are entering the process to certify select DTEN devices for Microsoft Teams.”
Specifically, DTEN is pursuing Microsoft Teams certification for its upcoming D7X 55-inch all-in-one Android device for Teams Rooms. Next up, the company will seek certification for Teams Rooms on Windows, as well as for Teams display devices.
“DTEN is built on the fundamental idea that collaboration should always be natural, immersive and meaningful,” Liu said. “We are pleased our signature DTEN experience will be available to more users than ever.”
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