Toshiba America Information Systems Inc (TAIS) has reportedly unveiled its new DKT2404-DECT -- a next-generation digital DECT cordless telephone for the Toshiba (News - Alert) Strata CIX family of VoIP business communication systems.
Toshiba DECT cordless telephone which is currently available through authorized Toshiba dealers, offers a two-line LCD with 24-character display, plus one line for icons; dedicated talk, redial, hold, message, conference/transfer, menu/mute and speaker keys; four programmable keys plus four speed-dial keys; and up to 16 hours of battery talk time and seven days standby time.
New DKT2404-DECT (News - Alert) set has the ability to use up to six repeaters per base station for an extended range of up to 1,000 feet in open areas. It is compatible with Toshiba DKT2000, DKT3000 or DP5000 series desk telephones, including simultaneous ring. It also features secure adaptive differential pulse code modulation (ADPCM) voice code combination.
"For enterprises where mobility is essential, the new Toshiba DECT telephone delivers exceptional range, long battery life, high-audio quality and access to advanced telephony features on the Strata CIX VoIP system," said Mark Carpenter, senior product manager at Toshiba America Information Systems, Telecommunication Systems Division. "Toshiba's new DECT cordless telephone also delivers the features, integration, flexibility and durability users expect in Toshiba telephony products."
The new Toshiba DKT2404-DECT telephone is compatible with Toshiba's full line of Strata CIX VoIP systems, including CIX40, CIX100, CIX200, CIX670 and CIX1200 running Release 2.0 or later software.
TAIS is an independent operating company owned by Toshiba America, Inc., a subsidiary of Toshiba Corporation, a company focused in high technology and integrated manufacturing of electrical and electronic components, products and systems, as well as major infrastructure systems.
TAIS also provides sales, marketing and services for its wide range of information products in the United States and Latin America.