Snom To Demonstrate Advanced Wireless DECT Phones at ITExpo

Snom Americas – a VoIP technology and phone systems provider that lists VTech as its parent company – is preparing to demonstrate its latest range of cordless phones, which it claims set a new standard in business communication technology. The M series of wireless DECT phones will be showcased at this year’s ITExpo Supershow in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, February 13-15. At the event, Snom will serve as the “Official Phone of IT Expo.”

Designed to cater to the diverse needs of modern businesses, the new range includes several models with unique features and tailored applications. The collection reflects Snom’s commitment to combining elegant design with functional excellence, offering solutions for various sectors.

“Our latest range of cordless phones is a reflection of Snom’s dedication to merging elegant design with functional excellence, catering to the diverse needs of our clients across various sectors,” said Marc Magliano, VP of Channel Business for the Americas, Snom Americas.

The Snom M series of wireless DECT phones each cater to different needs, including:

– M90: An antibacterial DECT handset with integrated Bluetooth.
– M80: A rugged DECT handset with IP65 housing and an alarm key.
– M70: An office DECT handset, hearing-aid compatible.
– M30: An entry-level DECT handset with a 2-inch color LCD.
– M85: An industrial handset, also IP65 rated.
– M65: A professional handset with HD audio.

Each model incorporates advanced technologies like superior sound quality, enhanced battery life and user-friendly interfaces. These features significantly enhance the user experience, ensuring seamless communication in various professional environments.

“Our demonstration of this range of cordless phones at this year’s IT Expo reinforces our position as a leader in the communication technology sector,” added Magliano. “We continue to innovate and provide solutions that not only meet but anticipate the needs of our clients.”

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