snom technology has debuted additional wireless and desktop VoIP business solutions, available via channel partners. The M700 DECT multicell base station, M65 IP DECT cordless and D715 and D725 desktop business phones are the latest additions to snom’s family of IP endpoints.
“snom’s new mobile DECT solutions allow businesses requiring both fixed and mobile communications for their office workforce to seamlessly and cost-effectively add this capability into their existing phone system,” said Tom Ostrander, snom director of North American channel sales. “The M65 DECT phone and M700 multicell base station represent a new generation of feature-rich mobility for business uses at a far less cost than cellular.”
The new snom M65 IP DECT phone and M700 multicell base station are the first of a new wave of innovative communications products that snom will introduce to market in 2015. This new generation of snom DECT phones integrates with existing phone systems for presence, paging and other capabilities.
The M65 handset has a two-inch backlit color display and a backlit keypad for dialing in poor lighting conditions. Other features include wideband audio (including speakerphone), six polyphonic ringtones and vibration setting for incoming calls.
The new snom M700 multicell base station delivers expanded coverage over several floors or throughout large buildings. It links multiple M700 base stations together to form a network with seamless handover between base stations for uninterrupted calls while moving from one base station to the next. The M700, which can be used in single cell or multicell configuration, supports up to 200 handsets, 40 base stations and 100 repeaters in the same installation.
The new D715 and D725 IP desktop phones are part of the snom 7xx series. These SIP-based endpoints feature a Broadcom chipset for improved horsepower to handle current and future voice-driven IP communications.
The D725 is the ultimate in functionality, with 18 multicolor function keys, wideband audio, Gigabit Ethernet and a USB port for expansion. With 12 SIP identities (or lines) the D725 is ideal for call-intensive business environments. The D715 has a Gigabit switch, a USB port for expansion, five programmable function keys and four SIP identities.