Toshiba’s Telecommunication Systems Division, America Information Systems Inc., has added three new models to its popular line of Toshiba IP 5000-series business telephones.
Now users will have a wide variety of Toshiba (News - Alert) Strata CIX IP business communication systems, to choose from. To be precise, they can now choose from eight different IP 5000-series telephones.
"We at Toshiba have listened to our customers and our valuable Authorized Toshiba Dealers in designing the new Toshiba IP 5000-series telephones. We have redesigned the new IP 5000-series telephones to be even more cost effective while retaining the same feature-rich capabilities," said Eric Abing, product manager, Toshiba America Information Systems, Telecommunication Systems Division, in a press release.
The models added by Toshiba are quite similar to the present IP 5000-series telephones, when it comes to looks and functionality. The new IP 5000-series telephone models are now available nationwide from Authorized Toshiba Dealers.
The three new models are:
- IP5522-SD -- Includes a four-line (144x48 pixels) LCD display without backlight, 10/100Mbps Ethernet, 10 flexible buttons, and full duplex speakerphone.
- IP5622-SD -- Includes a four-line (144x48 pixels) LCD display with backlight, 10/100Mbps Ethernet, 10 flexible buttons, and full duplex speakerphone.
- IP5631-SDL -- Includes a nine-line (150x168 pixels) LCD display with backlight, 10/100Mbps Ethernet, 20 flexible buttons, and full duplex speakerphone.
As other phones in Toshiba IP 5000-series, the new systems are also compatible with the entire family of Toshiba Strata CIX IP business telephone systems. These can also function as supported IP stations for the Toshiba Video Communication Solution
With these new models, Models range from four- to nine-line telephones, with 10 to 20 flexible buttons, and most have backlit LCD screens. You can avail the models either with Gigabit Ethernet or 10/100Mbps Ethernet connection. All models come standard with a PC interface, headset interface, and Ethernet cable.
Recently Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., Telecommunication Systems Division, in association with Saddleback Communications, a federally regulated incumbent local exchange carrier, announced the certification of interoperability of Saddleback’s wholesale hosted SIP trunking services with Toshiba’s family of Strata CIX IP business communication systems.
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Edited by Janice McDuffee