Yesterday, Grandstream announced that their new IP Video Door System, the GDS3710, has passed the ONVIF certification testing. This certification ensures interoperability between the GDS3710 and third party ONVIF-certified recording products, such as Network Video Recorders (NVRs).
ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum) is an open industry forum that provides and promotes standardized interfaces for effective interoperability of IP-based physical security products. For more information, visit www.onvif.org.
The ONVIF certification allows channel partners, installers, resellers and end users to integrate the GDS3710 with existing ONVIF-compliant video management software, NVRs and Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices.
We are excited to hear this great news and are looking forward to seeing more partners and customers benefit from the GDS3710!…
As we all know, the biggest advantage of using WiFi phones is ease of use. If you know how to use a cellular phone, you are certainly able to learn how to use a WiFi phone quickly. Especially when you are happy with your WLAN the way it is and want to get more use out of it without adding new infrastructures, WiFi phones will be perfect for you.
Skype for Business is nothing new to small businesses looking for a basic VoIP system with extremely low rates. You may already know the basic capabilities of Skype for Business such as video/audio calls, instant messages, and file sharing. However, Skype for Business can so a lot more than just that! It also covers a wide range of useful business features that many businesses use every day. Let’s check it out!
7 Skype for Business Features You Won’t Want to Miss
#1 Microsoft Office Suite includes the latest Office applications for your PC and Mac. The suite covers Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and more. You can easily format or edit information with the right tools and create documents during a meeting.
Having visitors drop by the office is nothing new at VoIP Supply, and last week we got to spend the day with SimpleWan’s OEM Manager, Josh Haselhorst.
Josh started off the day by leading some extremely valuable training sessions for our Sales and Marketing Team. Then we were able to enjoy a delicious lunch! Somewhere in between all of the action, we were able to steal Josh away for a quick interview to give you a preview of what they have to offer and what the upcoming webinar will be focused on.
Josh was able to sum up the SimpleWan mission and give some insight on how great it has been to partner with us here at VoIP Supply!
Have you ever looked at your desk phone and wondered why there is a blinking red light? Or maybe a flashing green light? I feel like when it comes to weird blinky things there are two different types of people. Either you just say “Ehh, it’s always been that way” or “why is this blinking! It’s never blinked before!”
Either way, if something is grabbing your attention, then it is probably a good idea to know what it is trying to tell you. Even if it means knowing how to make it stop so the guy next to you with OCD leaves you alone.
No matter what phone you have on your desk when it comes to notifications they are all generally similar. So let’s …
Recently, we have received an inquiry from one of our customers looking for a solution that provides an easy way to transfer calls. If you have the same demand, you will find this blog post useful!
How to Transfer Calls
Most of the DECT/ Wireless/ Cordless solutions on the market allow users to transfer calls through their menu to an extension/number. However, this process takes extra time to go through the menu and select “transfer”. Some cordless phones’ transfer functions are even buried deeply somewhere else, which causes inconvenience to many busy users who need to transfer calls multiple times a day.
Is there s Simple Way to Transfer Calls?
Yes, there is. One possible solution would be using a deskphone instead, as most of …
For the month of June VoIP Supply is bringing you the best of the best RefreshVoIP Phones available. Our Refresh IP Phones are used products that have undergone an extensive 10-step reconditioning process to ensure that when the phones get to our customers’ hands they will be 100% satisfied with their purchase. Our reconditioning process includes examining the products to make sure that they are still usable, upgrading the products to the latest firmware so that there aren’t any installation or use hiccups, and setting the phones back to defaults before they are repackaged.
The German-based VoIP manufacturer Snom announced a summer promotion that provides its IP phones at reduced prices of up to 15 percent. This big price drop is from the savings obtained through their partnership with VTech, a Hong Kong-based parent company, which acquired Snom in 2016.
Snom phones will now be manufactured fully by VTech and the savings they gained will be passed onto Snom partners and their customers. The updated reduced price list will be published at the beginning of July and be effective from 6th, July. We will keep you posted!
This is the start of a series of measures that Snom will implement to build closer relationships with existing partners and customers. We look forward to seeing more benefits coming in the …
Here at VoIP Supply, we know that not every business is the same. So, when it comes to VoIP service, the most important thing to keep in mind is the size of your business. Keeping this in mind will help guide you when looking to switch to VoIP. What does that mean exactly? Well, there are several different options to consider when looking to deploy and maintain VoIP in your office. In order to help better understand what options you should be considering, we put together this video to help narrow down your search!
Unless you have been living under a rock, I’m sure you have heard by now that Toshiba is exiting the VoIP business. If you or your business are currently Toshiba customers then you probably were about to fall into a deep despair, that is until Mitel swooped in and saved the day!
Mitel recently confirmed that they have signed a MoU with Toshiba to transfer certain assets and support obligations to Mitel. This Memorandum of Understanding means that Mitel will be honoring Toshiba contracts and warranties, along with honoring past Toshiba quotes and maintaining what is left of Toshiba’s inventory. Doing this will ensure a clear and easy path for customers who will be transitioning over to Mitel.