It’s time to wrap up what new VoIP hardware we have this month again! Last month, we introduced a couple new IP phones and an expansion module from VTech and Grandstream. This July, we have a lot more interesting new innovations from some of our top brands. Let’s take a peek!
What is a Smart IP Button (IPBTN)? It’s a device that allows you to instantly make a call to a preset phone/ extension or trigger an alert such as a lockdown message with just a simple push on the button!
The Smart IP Button connects to your existing data networks with Power over Ethernet (PoE) and you can easily mount it under a table, desk, or in any discrete location for emergency use!
IPBTN comes in handy or even saves lives for many facilities in need of mass notification functionality, including education, healthcare, banking, government, and more. This device comes in two versions, with and without InformaCast, an emergency mass notification system that sends critical messages to on-premises devices and mobile users.
See Datasheet Here!
Looking for a basic VoIP phone that simply works? You have more options now! Snom just released their latest entry-level addition to Snom’s D-series IP phones: The D120.
This is a fundamental telephony designed for large installations in hotels or healthcare locations. The straightforward design and features really captured many of our customers’ hearts! The D120 will begin shipping in early August.
Learn more in the datasheet.
Enjoy a 360-degree microphone coverage with Plantronics Calisto 7200 speakerphone! This new innovation from Plantronics draws a lot of attention from small conferencing users who demand crystal-clear audio.
The Calisto 7200 features USB and Bluetooth connectivity and active background noise reduction with acoustic echo cancellation. The touch-sensitive controls make it so easy to answer/end and mute your calls. Learn more here!
See datasheet here.
Publish Date: July 16, 2018 5:00 AM
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