Grandstream Network’s DP715/710 DECT Cordless IP Phones recently won interoperability certification on Epygi Technologies' (News - Alert) Quadro IP PBXs.
Grandstream DP715/DP710 Cordless IP Phones is an ideal solution for Epygi's small- to medium-sized business (SMB) and small office home office (SOHO) customers, offering a wide range of indoor/outdoor wireless radio coverage, high audio quality, affordability, TLS and SRTP security protection and SIP open standards flexibility, thus garnering further value of IP from a financial and productivity application perspective.
"Epygi and Grandstream have worked together for years on many successful installations with high customer satisfaction," said Warren Sonnen (News - Alert), director of product management and marketing at Epygi. "The introduction of new SIP devices is always exciting as it allows us to offer new desktop solutions with the Epygi PBXs. Products with mobility are especially attractive to our users because powerful features normally restricted to a user's desk can now move with them."
These phones allow plug-and-play installation to add to IP network without the need for physical hard wiring to an employee's desktop or other facility location. SMBs can use these phones to support up to 300 concurrent calls and these phones even support for eight IP phone extensions up to 1,000 on the larger enterprise PBX (News - Alert) solution.
In addition, this system supports SIP lines to connect to an Internet Service Provider, FXO (Foreign Exchange Office) and E1/T1 lines for a medium-sized hybrid office environment.
Users can expect outdoor coverage range of nearly 1,000 feet (about 300 meters), indoor range of nearly 150 feet (50 meters).
The phones also have a 102x80-pixel backlit graphic display, 10-hour talk time, 80-hour standby-time, full duplex speakerphone with acoustic echo cancellation, rich user-friendly features associated with VoIP including 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 prompts.
In other related news, another big contender in the VoIP arena, Patton Electronics, continues to provide best-of-breed products and solutions – ranging from VoIP routers to gateways to ruggedized Ethernet Extenders. Patton’s award-winning solutions have remained indispensable in today’s age to provide users with optimum efficiency, productivity and performance. The company also continues to enjoy its successful stride after revealing that its SmartNode Product line has been made certified with Microsoft Lync.
To learn more about Patton’s robust VoIP products and solutions, click here.
To find out more about Grandstream Networks (News - Alert) visit the company at ITEXPO West 2012. To be held Oct. 2-5 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, TX, ITEXPO (News - Alert) is the world’s premier IP communications event. Visit Grandstream Networks in booth # 608. For more information on ITEXPO West 2012 click here.
Edited by Braden Becker