Gigaset Communications, a large European DECT cordless phone manufacturer, has selected DSP Group's (News - Alert) XciteR VoIP chipset solution to power Gigaset's new N720 DECT IP Multicell System, offering a much more robust wireless connectivity solution.
The product will be offically launched at CeBIT (News - Alert) 2012 which is currently underway until March 10, 2012 in Hanover, Germany.
Through allowing office workers to better leverage their telephone systems and enjoy an enhanced user experience while being away from their desk, the N720 solution brings mobility to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to an ultra high level.
The scalable N720 solution connects up to 20 base stations and 100 handsets, and allows employees to move freely around their building or campus while making phone calls without any issues arising related to quality.
The N720, which is built with power over Ethernet (PoE) technology, also supports high definition sound performance to ensure clear, studio-quality sound.
"The release of the N720 multicell system is another important step in bringing our DECT (News - Alert) and VoIP expertise to the corporate arena," said Ludger Rathmer, vice president product development of Gigaset, in a statement.
Rathmer said that by teaming up with DSP Group, the world leader in DECT and VoIP chipsets, the company now offers SMEs the best of both technologies at Gigaset's best-in-class quality level, enabling them to cut communications costs while improving the user experience.
"Adding our XciteR chipset solution to Gigaset's new multicell system strengthens our longstanding successful relationship with a proven leader in DECT telephony," Oz Zimerman, corporate VP of marketing and business development at DSP Group added.
The collaboration effort between both companies will help to further increase their market share in the fast-growing SME IP phone wireless connectivity market.
Edited by Jamie Epstein