EPOS launched in Australia in September with the mission of enabling professionals to focus seamlessly on their tasks at hand and perform their best, wrapping precisely-engineered audio with high-quality materials and craftsmanship. EPOS is new to Australia, but is far from new to the party, drawing on over 115 years of audio innovation and excellence.
The EPOS ADAPT 360, ADAPT 460 and ADAPT 560 headsets have now been certified for Google Meet and Google Voice, guaranteeing rich, natural sound and active voice cancellation for increased focus and productivity whenever using these Google tools. This builds on EPOS’ existing Microsoft Teams certification.
Such certification is an important distinction between headsets that allow mobile professionals to boost their work performance wherever they are, and headsets that, well, you can arbitrarily buy from any store and then spend your conversations saying “can you hear me?”
Google Meet saw a peak of 235 million daily meeting participants during 2020, and over 7.5 billion daily video call minutes. The EPOS ADAPT devices underwent audio tests performed by a third-party audio laboratory accepted by Google among other tests, to ensure they offer users high-quality audio when using the Google Unified Communications product range.
Additionally, EPOS also announced a partnership with DELL Technologies that sees businesses leveraging Linux-based thin clients able to integrate EPOS Device Management into the Dell Wyse ThinOS operating system. This ensures seamless optimisation and management of their EPOS audio devices, with two interconnected solutions - EPOS Connect and EPOS Manager - both now compatible with VDI solutions.
Audio has notoriously been a problematic component of thin client computing, but EPOS’ products enable IT Managers to optimise and update an organisation’s audio device fleet from a central location.
A dedicated version of the EPOS Connect application has been integrated into the Dell operating system, and once enabled via Wyse Management Suite (WMS), IT Managers can download and install the free EPOS Manager to handle full audio device management, configuration management and firmware updates across an entire organisation from one place.