Cloud Communications Alliance Welcomes Yealink as New Member

by | Apr 29, 2013 | UC

Provider of VoIP and IP Communications Solutions JoinsLeading Industry Peer Association

CCA logoDelray Beach, Fla., April 29, 2013 – The Cloud Communications Alliance (CCA), the only industry peer association specifically dedicated to the advancement of cloud communications technologies, announced that Yealink has become the organization’s latest member. Yealink is a leading provider of voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) solutions, helping companies facilitate clear, productive communications with employees, regardless of where they may be in the world.

As part of the CCA, Yealink will enjoy direct communication with industry leaders whose primary goal is to help customers efficiently and cost-effectively store, access and share information via cloud communications solutions. Yealink executives will also have access to networking, educational and corporate resources to help them support, promote and grow their business.

“Communications technology has changed significantly over the past couple of years and an increasing number of companies are seeking to enhance productivity while reducing costs through VoIP,” said Stone Lu, Senior Vice President for Sales and Marketing, Yealink.  “Both Yealink and the CCA are at the leading edge of this revolution.  We’re very proud to become a member of this organization, and look forward to working with other members to help shape the direction of enterprise communications.”

Based in Xiamen, China, Yealink offers cost-effective solutions that provide companies with a system that allows employees to communicate effortlessly regardless of the device they may be using.  Through Yealink’s VoIP and unified communications offerings, corporations can use their existing communication infrastructure for high definition voice communications across telephones, desktops, and mobile devices.  The result is clear and more effective communications, from any place, regardless of where employees might be located – a critical factor for today’s geographically disbursed enterprises.

“Yealink is one of the world’s leading providers of IP solutions, and we’re extremely happy to have them join our team,” said Joseph Marion, president, CCA.  “It’s perfect timing, too, as Yealink has become a member just before our upcoming quarterly meeting in Napa Valley, California, which will serve as a great opportunity for Yealink executives to network with many other leading industry voices.”

The next CCA quarterly meeting will take place June 3rd and 4th at the Andaz Napa Hotel.  The event will be marked by presentations by several leading executives and industry experts, as well as dinner at the famed Chimney Rock Winery.  More information, including a link to register, can be found at the CCA events page.

For more information about CCA, including how to become a member, please go to or contact Joseph Marion at or (888) 752-0442.

About the Cloud Communications Alliance

The Cloud Communications Alliance brings together leading cloud communications providers to promote development of the cloud communications category. Members include leading service providers, including Alteva, BluIP, Inc., Broadcore, Callis Communications, DoubleHorn Communications, Globalinx, IPFone, PBX Central, RingCentral, SimpleSignal Inc., Stage 2 Networks, Telesphere, and Telovations.  The CCA also includes several leading telecommunications vendors, including Acme Packet, Broadsoft, Cooley, LLP, CTI Group, ECG, Edgewater Networks Inc., Embrase, Itopia, Inc., J-Curve Technologies, Polycom, and Yealink.

About Yealink

Founded in 2001, Yealink, the Global Top5 SIP Phone Provider and a leading provider of VoIP Phone and IP communication solutions, has been focusing on VoIP products characterized by reliable quality, easy deployment and affordable price for over a decade. Today, customers from over 140 countries rely on Yealink as the backbone of global collaboration to extend the value of network communications. For more information, please visit:

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