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[December 07, 2012]

ClearOne inks video conferencing agreement with D&H Distributing

Dec 07, 2012 (TELECOMWORLDWIRE via COMTEX) -- ClearOne (NASDAQ: CLRO) has signed a distribution agreement with D&H Distributing in which D&H will distribute ClearOne's new line of software-based video conferencing solutions and its USB, analog and VoIP conference phones to authorized technology resellers and retailers in North America.

"ClearOne offers competitively priced, innovative audio and video collaboration solutions that meet the demands of D&H Distributing's customers." said Chris Wildfoerster, ClearOne's vice president of Sales, Unified Communications. "D&H's leadership position in the IT reseller, SMB and consumer electronics markets offers us a substantial opportunity to provide these markets with the value-rich, collaboration solutions their clients demand." The new COLLABORATE software-based video conferencing solutions bring together ClearOne's industry-leading audio with its new cutting-edge video technology for complete, audio-visual collaboration solutions, spanning desktop applications, room systems, infrastructure and management.

ClearOne is a global company that designs, develops and sells conferencing, collaboration, streaming and digital signage solutions for audio, video and data multimedia communication. The company's website is at www.clearone.com As the nation's leading technology distributor, D&H provides a wealth of resources to empower solution providers and consultants, delivering a broad selection of SMB categories, products and applications. The company's website is at www.dandh.com.

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