Polycom IP 330 VoIP Phone
Note: The IP330 does NOT ship with an AC Power Adapter. For AC Power, please add the PV2460 to your order.
The Polycom IP330 SoundPoint phone, with its dual-port 10/100 Ethernet switch for LAN and PC connection, presents a cost-effective Polycom Phone solution for cubicle workers as well as call center operators who use a 'hard' phone in conjunction with a 'soft' client running on the PC.
The Polycom SoundPoint IP330 is among the most popular IP phones for use with Asterisk, Trixbox, Switchvox and other open SIP based IP PBX Platforms.
The Polycom IP 330 phones feature a full-duplex IEEE 1329 Type 1-compliant speakerphone with Polycom's legendary Acoustic Clarity Technology that delivers excellent sound quality and enables noise-free and echo-free conversations that are as natural as being there.
Polycom IP 330 VoIP Phone Product Overview:
The Polycom IP330 phones deliver through an intuitive user interface a full feature set encompassing both traditional business telephony features such as call hold, park, pick-up, transfer, and three-way local conferencing, and more advanced capabilities such as shared call/bridged line appearance, support of XHTML applications, and distinctive call treatment.
The Polycom IP 330 phones are engineered to make installation, configuration, and upgrades as simple and efficient as possible. The phones standard base stand can be reversed to become a wall mount, eliminating the need for a separate accessory.
Built-in IEEE 802.3af PoE circuitry and a dual-port Ethernet switch SoundPoint IP330 phone only enable flexible deployment options and savings on cabling expenses. The Polycom IP 330 and 320 phones support remote, zero-touch provisioning and upgrade from a variety of servers, including FTP, TFTP, HTTP, or HTTPS. To ensure reliable, uninterrupted performance, the phones support boot and call server redundancy.
Polycom IP 330 VoIP Phone Features & Functions:
- Two lines
- Full-duplex speakerphone
- Easy-to-read, 102 x 33-pixel graphical LCD
- Support of shared lines, presence, 3-way local conferencing, and distinctive call treatment
- XHTML micro-browser for Web applications
The Polycom IP 330 phones have been tested and certified to deliver comprehensive interoperability and extensive feature support with leading SIP-based call control platforms by BroadSoft, Sylantro, Interactive Intelligence/Vonexus, Digium, and other Polycom Technology and Interoperability Partners. The phones also interoperate with Microsoft Live Communications Server LCS 2005 for telephony and presence. This broad interoperability offers Polycom customers a choice of supported standards-based call server solutions with which the phones can be deployed.
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Great Valued Phone!
We have different phones throughout our company, some wired some wireless. These phones so far have been fairly easy to provision, upgrade to the latest boot roms, and integrate into our existing systems. By far I'm a huge fan of Polycom, the ease of use, functionality...and let's not forget the high quality audio. The full duplexed speaker function is unmatched! This phone, in this classed priced range (IMHO) is the best buy, by comparison. We plan to inject many more of these into all our regional offices.
The best for the money
In this category (as in inexpensive) of phones this is the best bang for the buck. Relative to the Cisco 7960, this thing was easy to get going, but still not easy altogether. This phone has a lot of features, but in my opinion they are a bit difficult to configure. The administrators manual was thorough, but lacked practical examples. But keep this in perspective - Polycom is a lot easier to work with than Cisco's SIP images.
Damn good value
I chose to start using these phones instead of the GXP2000s we had be using. To keep it short and brief, these phones are easy to administer in quantity, allow for very granular customization, are very durable, speakerphone is unmatched IMHO, and the price can't be beat. The downside is that even though it has many features, they just aren't as easy to access as other phones due to the small number of buttons and limited display size.
Good entry level IP Phone, bit wonky interface
Not a fan of Polycom's configuration utility for their phones, but this product is great otherwise for the price.