snom technology is a developer of IP phones. Its partner ecosystem is constantly growing, and includes several top residential and business Internet telephony service providers, application server providers, IP-PBX (News - Alert), hosted VoIP solution providers and unified communications developers. The company continues to expand its market momentum with its latest partnership with Clarity Telemanagement, a provider of advanced VoIP technology services covering a range of products including hosted systems for telephone and mobile solutions.
With this affiliation, snom’s 7xx series and 8xx series desktop IP phones, as well as the PA-1 SIP paging adapter, are fully interoperable with Clarity Telemanagement’s hosted VoIP service.
"Hosted phone systems have become a standard component of many businesses today," said Mike Storella (News - Alert), chief operating officer of snom technology.
"Hosted VoIP services and standards-based SIP phones like snoms offer businesses flexibility, easy communication and significantly lower cost than traditional on-premise setups," Storella added.
snom’s official also clarified that the company’s 710, 720, 760, 821 and 870 business phones, and the PA-1 paging adapter, successfully passed Clarity’s validation testing process, ensuring full end-to-end integration with its service.
"Clarity Telemanagement is proud to be affiliated with and solely recommend the entire snom series of IP desktop phones for over five years and counting," said George Burkhart, co-founder and partner at Clarity Telemanagement.
"We have found that the snom IP desktop product set represents the best of what matters in today’s new age environment. Affordability, flexibility, scalability, feature set, and unmatched durability are why we find snom to be a perfect fit for our hosted VoIP service and advanced solutions," Burkhart added.
The snom 7xx series VoIP telephones uses snom’s eighth generation Session Initiation Protocol (News - Alert) (SIP) firmware, which allows interoperability with a wide variety of SIP-based IP-PBXs and soft switches used in small and large office environments worldwide.
Also, recently, snom technology and Patton (News - Alert) Electronics expanded their existing partnership by offering telephony bundles in North and South America through distributor ABP Technology. The bundles consist of snom's SIP-based VoIP phones and Patton's SmartNode Branch eXchange (SNBX) appliance preinstalled with Windows 7 and 3CX Phone (News - Alert) System software.
Edited by Rachel Ramsey