Grandstream, a manufacturer of IP voice/video telephony and video surveillance solutions, has recently rolled out new 3-line Enterprise IP phone for MSRP of $99.
GXP2130, the new 3-line Enterprise IP phone comes with a bright color LCD display, XML programmable soft keys, 8 programmable BLF extension keys, dual Gigabit network ports, and 4-way voice conferencing.
Also, the new GXP2130 comes fitted with Electronic Hook Switch (EHS) support for Plantronics (News - Alert) headsets, offering required flexibility to the users. The phone also comes pre-loaded with weather & currency exchange apps.
According to the company, this handset is suited for SMBs, enterprises and SOHOs and is an ideal choice for users looking for a high quality, feature rich IP phone with advanced functionality that is simple to use.
“Grandstream continually evolves its products with dramatically uplifted value proposition and user experience at consistently lower cost,” said David Li, CEO of Grandstream Networks (News - Alert). “The new GXP series IP Phones with color display and Gigabit speed, including the GXP2130, marks another major step forward in our pursuit of excellence and market leadership through continued product innovations and differentiated value enhancement.”
Users can also make use of the advanced security and privacy protection offered on 256-bit AES encryption, auto provisioning capability for large deployment, and built-in support for 19 native languages in the new set.
GXP2130 offers compatible with many of the SIP-based IP PBX (News - Alert)/softswitch/IMS platforms in the market such as Broadsoft, Metaswitch, Asterisk, Elastix, etc.
The company has announced that the new GXP2130 Enterprise IP Telephone is available for purchase through its worldwide distribution channels at a list price of US $99.
The company, which began in 2002 supplying IP phones and analog phone adapters, now offers a full range of IP phones, video phones and even an ANDROID IP phone. The company participated in ITEXPO (News - Alert) in Miami earlier this year, and ran two training sessions for their recently introduced IP-PBX appliance series, the UCM-6100.
Edited by Cassandra Tucker