Grandstream introduces new digital wireless mobile VoIP telephone
Jun 19, 2012 (TELECOMWORLDWIRE via COMTEX) --
IP voice/video telephony and video surveillance solutions manufacturer Grandstream Networks introduced on Tuesday its new DP715/710 DECT Cordless IP Phone.
According to the company, its new VoIP cordless phone is SIP/DECT compliant, works with various major IP PBXs and supports wide range indoor/outdoor radio coverage based on the DECT standard.
The DP715, which includes the DECT handset and the VoIP base station with integrated charger, supports up to five SIP accounts and is expandable to a total of five handsets and four concurrent calls. The DP710 or expansion unit, which includes a DECT phone and charger unit, is used in conjunction with the DP715 base station unit and is situated throughout the home or office to increase user convenience.
The phone offers an outdoor coverage range of nearly 1,000ft (about 300m) and indoor range of nearly 150ft (50m) and features a 102x80 pixel backlit graphic display, 10h talk time, 80h standby-time, full duplex speakerphone with acoustic echo cancellation, as well as calling ID, call waiting, transfer, 3-way conference, do-not-disturb, hunt group, 18 polyphonic ringtones, 200 phone book entries per handset, message waiting and multi-language voice prompt.
The DP715 is priced at USD85 and the expansion unit or DP710 is priced at USD49.
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