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November 17, 2009
snom Brings IP Phones to Interop Show in New York City
By Marisa Torrieri, TMCnet Editor
IP phone manufacturer snom Technology AG will showcase a handful of its most popular products at this week’s Interop trade show, held Nov. 18-19 in New York City.
Representatives from the company, stationed in booth #745 in the Jacob Javits Convention Center, will be on hand to answer questions and demonstrate a number of devices, including:
- snom Meeting Point: snom’s first VoIP conference phone that is designed for making multi-location arrangements with up to four parties at different locations around the globe.
- snom 870: an IP phone with a large, high-resolution TFT color display. The newly developed touchscreen has an intuitive user interface that helps user to easily handle even complex applications like call swapping or establishing a conference call for three participants via a simple “drag and drop” feature.
- snom 820: An older IP phone that unites two of the biggest requirements for modern telephones in one device: mature VoIP technology and sharp design. The high-resolution TFT color display offers a vivid illustration of call lists, phone directories and caller information via its integrated XML browser.
- snom m3: a device that combines everyday life with mobility, reliability and design, along with a large number of business applications. It gives the user a high level of flexibility. Using the snom m3 the business customer achieves a matured IP DECT (News - Alert) phone, which also meets the stylish tastes.
Recently snom announced a partnership with UC service provider ESTOS to ease the deployment of Microsoft (News - Alert) TAPI-enabled business applications. As part of the partnership, snom will use ESTOS’ ECSTA middleware to convert snom’s “Computer Telephony Integration” interface protocol to conform to the Microsoft TAPI standard.
Marisa Torrieri is a TMCnet Web editor, covering IP hardware and mobility, including IP phones, smartphones, fixed-mobile convergence and satellite technology. She also compiles and regularly contributes to TMCnet's gadgets and satellite e-Newsletters. To read more of Marisa's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Marisa Torrieri