If you are looking for new office phones but are keeping a budget in mind, then the new Fanvil X2P should be on top of your list.
This new release comes with everything you’d expect from a high-end model VoIP phone, for the price of an economy phone. And it looks great too!
One of the coolest things I’ve seen in a long time is that Fanvil actually swapped out the handset on this phone and gave it the ability to use a footswitch to answer and end calls! I feel like this is something that has not been done before and would be a great fit for a call center environment!
If you need more convincing, just watch this short video we put together …
The GWN 7600 Series are the wireless access points (APs) that facilitate wired and wireless network access to large custom areas indoors. This series includes the GWN 7600 Entry-Level Access Point and the GWN 7610 Mid-Range Access Point.
From small-sized businesses, multiple floor offices, to multiple branch offices, the GWN 7600 series has the right solution to cover all your needs, providing dual-band network throughput and expanded WiFi coverage range. With up to 175 meters range and over 250 concurrent clients access, the GWN 7600 series is a very powerful solution for commercial locations that have medium wireless network deployments with medium-to-high user density.
The GWN 7600 Series also features the Controller-less Management, an easy and centralized management through a …
Digium kicked off the opening of ITEXPO with the release of the D80 IP Phone, an HD touchscreen desk phone for businesses who are looking for a high-quality phone at an affordable price. Yes, you heard it right, the words quality and affordable in the same sentence isn’t that amazing!
The D80 features a 7-inch HD display with multi-point capacitive touchscreen, 100 rapid dial/busy lamp field (BLF) entries, dual 10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit network ports and advanced touch-optimized applications. This model is perfect for users who want an easy-to-use interface with the highest level of quality.
Digium phones support plug-and-play provisioning. Simply plug the phones in, automatically discover your Asterisk or Switchvox server, select the user, and start talking!
It seems that more and more VoIP manufacturers are producing DECT 6.0 VoIP phones. Below is a short run down of a couple of the new and best DECT 6.0 phones on the market today.
This Panasonic DECT system consists of the KX-TGP600G Base station and the KX-TPA60 wireless handset. The KX-TGP600 has the ability to handle up 8 handsets and 8 simultaneous calls. This system has a typical range of up to 400 feet but can be increased with the Panasonic KX-A406 DECT repeater with an average range of 160 feet. The panasonic DECT system can handle up to 6 repeaters for one base station.…
The TE133 and TE134 are the most recent single span telephony card solution from Digium, and VoIP Supply gives you a first look at the Asterisk company’s cards.
What is it?
The Digium 1TE133F PCI-e and Digium 1TE134F PCI are new telephony cards for seamless PTSN connectivity to VoIP. These single span cards use state of the art technology to increase overall consistent phone quality and system performance, including features such as toll-bypass adjuncts for legacy TDX PBXs, SIP trunk interface for legacy TDM systems and small call center ACDs with T1/E1 trunks.
From these single T1 digital telephony cards, you can expect:
Up to 24 (T1/J1) or 30 (E1) simultaneous calls
Selectable T1, E1 or J1 Mode / Half-Length, Half-Height, Digital Card
ADTRAN is a unique company; instead of replacing models, they simply make their existing models better.
ADTRAN’s most recent release is the third generation of the Total Access 900e IP Business Gateways. If you’re not very familiar with ADTRAN, stay tuned; for the people who are familiar with ADTRAN, rest assured all the old Total Access 900e features are still included, and then some.
Total Access 900e IP Business Gateways are known as carrier-class gateways. A traditional service provider such as AT&T or Verizon use TDM switches for their services, and to transform those signals into IP service, you’ll need a gateway with a T1 interface. Here is where ADTRAN comes in. The Total Access line had previously offered a T1 interface, FXS ports, …