Sennheiser has announced that it has won two industry awards in 2017 from TMC (Technology Marketing Corporation), one of the most prominent news organisations covering the telecommunications technology sector
These prestigious awards recognise the MB 660 mobile business headset for its innovation and its ability to deliver new capabilities to knowledge workers in unified communications environments. This includes features such as its adaptive active noise cancellation (ANC), by which the unit can modulate ANC depending upon the level of background noise detected at any given time.
The MB 660 can increase productivity in open-office settings, due to its ability to minimize the distractions of an often-clamorous open floorplan now dominant in many offices. The solution empowers the user with a superior sound, long-wearing comfort, and adaptive active noise cancellation that adjusts either automatically or can be set manually through Sennheiser’s award-winning “CapTune” mobile app, creating a customized listening experience. Such capabilities allow employees to take back control of disruptive, open environments, yielding greater concentration and a better sense of well-being for those workers.
“We’re honoured to be acknowledged by such a widely-respected media platform as TMCnet, one that chronicles the advancement of technology for unified communications environments,” said Brian Brorsbøl, director of product management, Sennheiser CC&O. “We’ve devoted a great deal of engineering resources to the MB 660, elevating the UC headset to become an effective tool to enhance productivity. We’ve turned it into a sophisticated and vital piece of business-grade equipment that improves the user’s ability to perform within a greater communications network. It’s exciting to see our strategy validated in the marketplace.”