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snom Introduces Phone With Gigabit Ethernet Switch

By Kimberly Koerth
January 29, 2014 - News

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snom has introduced the snom 715, a new addition to its 7xx series family of phones that offers the same features as the snom 710 but with a dual-port Gigabit Ethernet switch.

snom 715“This is an IP desktop phone for businesses with big needs but small budgets," snom technology Vice President of Americas Mike Storella said. “Gigabit Ethernet is typically a hallmark of more expensive phones, but we are delivering that capability at $139 (MSRP). With the snom 715, we are continuing our push to drive snom’s high-quality SIP endpoints into every corner of the business market."

The phone offers clear voice quality with its wideband HD audio and four SIP lines, a backlit four-line black and white LCD display, five programmable function keys and Wi-Fi capability, the company said. In addition, the snom 715 has remote management and provisioning capabilities to ease the administrative burden, making it ideal for hosted and cloud VoIP services, on-site IP PBXs and large-scale multisite installations. Further, the snom 715 comes with a pre-installed security certificate for quick and secure provisioning and integration with SIP-based IP-PBXs and hosted VoIP solutions.

The new phone is on display this week at snom's booth at ITEXPO East in Miami.

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