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snom Phones Interoperable With 4PSA ‘VoipNow’ UC Platform

August 09, 2010 - News

snom technology AG says its full suite of IP desktop phones has passed a battery of interoperability tests with 4PSA's cloud-based unified communications solution, VoipNow. The tests included the snom 3xx and snom 8xx desktop phones, as well as the snom m3 wireless DECT phone, and support what snom claims is its growing position as the go-to developer of intelligent IP endpoints for unified communications systems of all kinds.

Snom says the combination of its open SIP architecture and 4PSA's innovative cloud computing communications software offers customers a low-cost, highly functional enterprise telephony system that is easily deployed and highly scalable to hundreds or thousands of endpoints, if necessary.

"All of snom's products are built on the premise of interoperability in any SIP environment, be it hardware or software, on-premises or hosted and even in the cloud," said Dr. Michael Knieling, executive VP of Marketing and Sales for snom. "With 4PSA leading the way in cloud-based unified communications environments, we think the two product suites complement each other very nicely."

snom's suite of VoIP phones includes advanced IP phones such as the snom 3xx series, full-color touchscreen desktop phones such as the snom 870, wireless DECT phones such as the m3 and related endpoints, such as the PA1 paging system and the MeetingPoint conference phone. All are built with open SIP firmware allowing for simple installation, industry-wide interoperability and crystal-clear sound quality.

"We have supported snom telephones for some time and were well-aware of our respective products compatibility before the certification process," said Mike Ross, president for 4PSA."We wanted to make the certification official because we think it is important to assure our present and future customers that snom products will deliver to the demands that businesses expect and allow them to take full advantage of the feature-rich VoipNow platform."

4PSA's VoipNow platform takes a cloud computing approach to telephony, bringing unified communications to the masses. For business customers, VoipNow provides calling, messaging, presence, faxing, conferencing and and other advanced IP telephony features in a cloud-based environment, making such functionality available to small businesses and large enterprises alike.

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