Latest IP Phone Stories

2012-06-11 23:03:31

snom 3xx series IP desktop phone firmware version validated for BroadSoft´s BroadWorks VoIP communications application server available through top telecommunications carriers worldwide Woburn, Mass. (PRWEB) June 11, 2012 snom technology AG, a leading developer of IP desktop phones and IP communications solutions today announced continued interoperability between the snom 3xx series IP phones and BroadSoft´s BroadWorks SIP interface. BroadWorks is a hosted VoIP platform...

2012-04-10 23:00:55

First phones designed specifically for Asterisk and Switchvox offer unprecedented ease of deployment, integrated applications and unique customization options. Huntsville, AL (PRWEB) April 09, 2012 Digium®, Inc., the Asterisk® Company, today announced the general availability of its new family of IP phones. The Digium phones are the first that are specifically engineered to fully leverage the power of Asterisk, the world´s most widely adopted open source communications...

2012-04-04 23:00:50

Wind Currents Communications, Inc, a provider of hosted VoIP service, video phones, video softphone and IP phones has added the feature-rich GXP1450 IP Phone to its Portfolio of Solutions. This all purpose, HD enterprise-class business phone has been tested and approved for interoperability with V2VIP Business Calling Plans. (PRWEB) April 04, 2012 Wind Currents Communications, Inc. (WCCI) has completed compatibility and performance tests of the Grandstream GXP1450 IP phone on its V2VIP...

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