It’s frustrating when you’re trying to coordinate a video conference call and it simply does not work.
The typical (annoying) scenario you find yourself in is that you have multiple parties calling in from different locations and they are all using different technology.
Interoperability is a claim that a lot of devices and platforms make but, getting different systems to talk with one another so that you can talk with your colleagues isn’t always as easy as we’re led to believe.
More Features Than You Can Shake a Selfie Stick At
The GVC3200 is more than just a webcam you plunk down on a desk somewhere.
This is a room-based, PTZ video conferencing unit with lots of powerful features, including it’s own remote control.
Check out this feature list:
How to Use the Grandstream GVC3200
To see the GVC3200 in action watch the video below which explains installation, how to add monitors, how to use the included wall mount, computer screen sharing options, Bluetooth connectivity, how to use the remote and the remote control Android app, and more:
For more information, call us today at 800-398-VoIP to speak with a live VoIP solutions expert.
A: The Ruckus ZoneFlex T300 Outdoor Wireless Access Point offers dual-band 802.11ac and is rated IP-67 for outdoor environments. The T300 is specifically designed for high traffic public venues such as airports, convention centers, plazas, malls, stadiums, and dense urban environments.
Let’s take your questions one at a time.
According to Ruckus, the maximum distance of the Ruckus T300 is technically 25 km but, 10 km is more realistic. That kind of distance is can be achieved between two Ruckus access points with line of site and directional antennas.
In everyday applications, your maximum distance is determined by your uplink signal, not the access point downlink. A good rule of thumb for the Ruckus T300 is to plan on a distance of less than a football field for optimal coverage assuming moderate usage.
Now, more than ever, VoIP Customers demand a full solution for their communicative needs.
I’m sure we’ve all come to a point in our quest for more IP capable devices, where we’ve really wondered if we’re offering our customers the best solutions. I’m sure you’ll agree that customers hear a lot about voice, video, data, and mobility, but they may not know if they really need only one of those solutions or all of them bundled together.
VoIP Supply believes that you can help solve this need with the newly added Grandstream Reseller Demo Kit, which offers resellers a full PBX solution. The Grandstream Reseller Demo Kit allows you to test Grandstream’s capabilities yourself so that you’re comfortable selling the solution. It provides everything for a full VoIP set-up – right down to the ethernet cables:
(1) UCM6102 IP PBX
(1) GXV3240 Multimedia IP Phone
(1) GXV3611IR_HD IP Camera
(1) GXP1625 IP Phone
(1) 4-Port PoE Switch (not shown)
(4) Ethernet Cables (not shown)
And with the easy rolling case that’s included, why not take this Grandstream show on the road to give your customers a hands on look at how an affordable Unified Communication system works with so many flexible features under one line? We stand behind this solution and believe that this is the best investment for any Grandstream Value Added Reseller.
Would you like more information about the Grandstream Demo Kit?
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There are many more features and add-ons available for the price savvy Grandstream phones. Please call in to our educated staff here and dive deeper into these phones and other models by Grandstream at 800.398.VoIP.
The Grandstream UCM6510 is a new IP PBX appliance with enterprise grade features that is still targeted for the SMB market.
This IP PBX appliance is similar to Grandstream’s UCM6100 series, but with a much higher user count. The Grandstream UCM6510 is the most robust and feature appliance that Grandstream has released.
The UCM6510 offers a single T1/E1/J1 along with 2 FXO and 2 FXS ports in case of a power outage. Grandstream made this IP PBX appliance come standard with dual gigabit Ethernet ports, a 1 GHz quad-core Cortex A9 application processor along with a customizable auto attendant.
Who is it for?
The UCM6510 has call center and enterprise level features and can also be scaled down and used in a small-to-medium (SMB) setting.
With that in mind, plus the ease of use and set up that Grandstream provides with their appliances makes these units attractive to a large array of businesses and users.
With call features too long list and a price point that one would think it’s a mistake, the Grandstream UCM6510 is a great product for most any type or size of business.
Grandstream UCM6510 IP PBX Appliance – MSRP $1,999
Grandstream UCM6510 IP PBX Appliance Features:
2 FXS and 2 FXO ports with lifeline capability incase of a power outage
Single T1/E1/J1 port
Ability to handle unlimited SIP accounts
Rack mount available
Call Center features accessible
Up to 2000 registered SIP endpoints and 200 concurrent calls
Auto Provision and Detection of end points
Redundant power supply
You can shop on-line for Grandstream on VoIPSupply.com or contact the VoIP Supply sales team at 800.398.8647
Questions about VoIP devices and services are regularly submitted to VoIPSupply.com through a technical support ticket or via the “Ask The Expert” tab on our product pages.
We respond to these requests directly but more often than not, this Q & A would be helpful for lots of other folks.
Below are your VoIP questions answered – Real questions from real people just like you.
Q: I want to use this Wireless headset [Plantronics Voyager PRO HD] with a VOIP system that I plan to install on my iMac… does it only function with a mobile device (phone), or will it work with any desktop/laptop computer as well? Thanks!
If your phone, laptop or tablet PC supports Bluetooth A2DP stereo streaming, you can listen to streaming audio
Technically that sounds like it could work with your Bluetooth enabled laptop or, you might want to pair the headset with the optional Plantronics Voyager PRO HD USB adapter with your laptop or desktop.
Personally I haven’t had the best luck pairing Bluetooth headsets with my Windows 7 laptop – it can never seem to install the correct drivers. My desktop computer at work, on the other hand, has no problems working with Bluetooth and wireless headsets that are connected via the USB adapter.
Then again, you’ll probably have no problems with your iMac. And the USB adapter is a good backup plan if the Bluetooth won’t sync.
Another option to consider for connecting to laptops and desktops is the Plantronics Voyager Legend UC B235 which is an advanced Bluetooth headset that comes with a USB Bluetooth dongle – its multi-device connectivity lets you manage PC and mobile/tablet phone calls from a single headset.
Q: Is the Lynksys PAT2T being phased out, and the Cisco SPA112 will be the new product to replace it? I want to make a purchase, but will be reluctant to do so if the Lynksys PAP2T is being replaced.
The Lynsys PAP2T, if you can find one, might still work for what you need. But since it is no longer being sold and is no longer supported by Cisco, we recommend going with the SPA112 replacement.
Q: I am traveling to the US and my parents will remain in Puerto Rico. I want to know if this equipment [Grandstream GXV3140] is recommended for daily contacts with them via SKYPE. They are at a elderly home facility which has internet connection, but i am not sure what i need for this. Please let me know if you recommend this or something else.
A: The Grandstream GXV3140 is a Skype certified IP Video that makes it easy to make Skype video calls with its integrated web browser and 4.3in Color LCD screen.
You can make free voice and video calls via Skype on the GXV3140 just by plugging the phone into your network or, internet connection.
Since this phone is Skype certified, Skype comes pre-installed. With this phone you can call any other Skype users whether they’re using a GXV3140 of their own or a webcam, laptop, cell phone, or tablet. You just need the internet or, network connection to make this happen.
The Grandstream GXV3140 is currently in stock but it’s going end of life so you may want to consider it’s replacement, the Grandstream GXV3240.