New entry-level VoIP telephone snom 300 works against eavesdroppers, data theft and spam

March 31, 2006 by Garrett Smith

Category: Press Release, German Article
February 1st, 2006

snom technology AG to show the new SIP-based VoIP telephone snom 300 for secure use in SMEs and home offices at the CeBIT and Spring VON 2006

CeBIT 2006, Hanover, 9th-15th March 2006 (Hall 12, Stand D57)

Spring VON 2006, San Jose (CA), 14th-17th March 2006 (Stand 1534)

The new starter model of the snom VoIP telephone family, the snom 300, is all about user friendliness and security. Six free, user- or administrator-configurable (or carrier-preconfigurable) function keys can easily be allocated to security-related menu functions, or assigned to multiple lines. The snom 300 comes factory-equipped so that two of its six programmable keys can be configured as line appearances, and upgrades are available from snom that lets you configure (up to) all six function keys this way – flexible enough to suit the needs of every user.

“Due to its rapid growth, Internet Telephony is becoming increasingly enticing for illegal eavesdroppers, data thieves and advertising calls; so with the snom 300 we have placed particular emphasis on security features like SRTP and SIPS,” stresses sales and marketing director Dr. Michael Knieling. “It is precisely in the price segment around 100 Euros that most VoIP telephones are lacking effective protection mechanisms like these.”

In addition, the snom 300 offers all necessary office functionality, e.g. choice of trunk line, status indicator, group lines, busy option and call-pickup. High audio quality, ease of use and interoperability make the snom 300 highly suitable for SMEs, home offices, private users or ISP applications.

Most important features:

Two-line display (2 x 16 characters)

27 keys, 7 LEDs

6 programmable function keys

2 Ethernet ports

2 multi-line registration, or option of 6

Headset connection

SIP RFC3261

Security: SIPS/SRTP

STUN, ENUM, NAT, ICE

Codecs: G.711, G.729A, G.723.1, G.722, G.726, GSM

Photographs to download: http://www.snom.com/press_download.html

About snom:

snom is recognized for its high quality Voice over IP (VoIP) business telephones. Our customers are companies who use interoperable technologies for their enterprise communications. Together with our partners, snom offers solutions that reduce the total cost of ownership, maximize the overall return on investment into telephony infrastructure, and make our customers independent from a single vendor. Founded in 1996 and based in Berlin, the company was amongst the first to adopt the session initiation protocol (SIP), which today is recognized as “the” future telecommunication standard. snom is privately held and incorporated under German law.

press contacts:

snom technology AG

Maria Schnake

Gradestr. 46

D-12347 Berlin

Tel: +49 30 39833-103

Fax: +49 30 39833-111

[email protected]

www.snom.com

Maja Schneider

PR für die Informationstechnologie

Tel: +49 30 79708771

Fax: +49 30 79708987

[email protected]

www.it-publicrelations.de

USA

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John Jainschigg

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Tel: 718-701-4106

Mobile: 917-405-3116

Fax: 718-504-6125

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