Whaleback Systems has formed a technology partnership with snom Technology AG. After testing and evaluation, Whaleback has certified snom’s m3 IP DECT phone as interoperable and ready for deployment with its CrystalBlue Voice Service, the company’s managed VoIP service for SMBs.
“The snom m3 reaffirms Whaleback’s strong commitment to office mobility and complements our existing suite of mobile services,” said David Zwicker, Whaleback’s vice president of marketing. “By integrating the snom m3 with Whaleback CrystalBlue Voice, employees can enjoy the benefits of intra-office mobility and take advantage of the advanced VoIP calling features of Whaleback Crystal Blue Voice Service without being tethered to their desk phone.”
The snom m3 IP DECT phone is the company’s first cordless offering and provides a VoIP communications system for SMBs that require inside-the-office mobility. With an indoor range of 164 feet and an outdoor range of 328 feet, the snom m3 is an expandable system with multiline functionality for up to eight handsets – allowing for up to three parallel calls at time. It has a 128×128 pixel color display with backlight function and operates for 10 hours talk time or 100 hours standby. Additional features include call transferring, call forwarding, and speed dialing with an address book allowing up to 100 entries.
Whaleback’s CrystalBlue Voice Service offers flexible tiered-minute national and international calling packages and includes a dedicated “voice only” broadband connection to ensure the highest voice quality and service availability.
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