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More snom Phones Interoperable With Epygi IP PBX Products

By Craig Galbraith
January 16, 2013 - News

The snom 7xx series of desktop IP phones is now interoperable with Epygi Technologies’ full line of Quadro IP PBX products.

The snom 710, 720 and 760 endpoints can now be auto-provisioned through Epygi Quadro IP PBXs, enabling what the company calls quick and easy installation and no-hassle management directly from the PBX.

“Epygi’s interoperability with the snom 7xx series reinforces Epygi and snom’s long-standing interoperability partnership," said Epygi CEO Mario Cuello. “The pairing of our IP PBX systems with snom’s new series of business phones provides resellers and en- customers alike with an affordable and feature-rich telephony solution."

snom says the combo of its 7xx series phones and Epygi Quadro IP PBXs gives small and medium-size businesses (SMBs) a complete and affordable end-to-end voice solution. VARs get seamless auto provisioning and quick deployment with Quadro, while Epygi customers will gain access to snom’s newest family of desktop phones, offering a full range of price points and features to meet any business requirement and budget.

The snom 7xx series VoIP telephones use snom’s eighth generation SIP firmware, which allows interoperability with a wide variety of SIP-based IP PBXs and softswitches used in small and large office environments worldwide.

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