Grandstream Networks is debuting an entry-level, enterprise desktop SIP telephone, the GXP1450. It has a list price of US$99.00.
Grandstream says the two-line GXP1450 delivers all the features, quality, and ROI required for todays enterprise customers, including Grandstreams HD audio quality for crystal clear voice communications, LCD XML customization, automated provisioning, integrated personal Web productivity applications and advanced security protection. The GXP1450 joins Grandstreams growing portfolio of recently introduced HD SIP phones, including the GXP2100, GXP2110 and GXP2120.
In an economy that is forcing businesses to carefully examine costs, the purchase of phone equipment is a critical consideration. The expense of a telephone for every employee can add up quickly,” said Sandra Gustavsen, analyst, TelecomTactics, T3i Group LLC. Grandstreams SIP telephones are competitively priced compared to similar SIP phones from other manufacturers. The company’s latest dual-line model with advanced functionality, including HD audio and support for Web applications, is priced under $100 which is significantly lower than similar phones from competing vendors.”
Featuring two lines with two SIP accounts, a 180×60 backlit graphical display with 4-level grayscale, 3 XML programmable soft keys, dual network ports with integrated PoE and three-way conference, the GXP1450 is interoperable with most third-party SIP devices and leading SIP/NGN/IMS platforms and can be automatically provisioned using TR-069 or encrypted configuration file over HTTPS for mass deployment in service-provider or large enterprise networks. The GXP1450 comes standard with HD wideband audio, full duplex hands-free speakerphone, multiple languages, large 2000-item phone book and call history records, strong security protection based on TLS/SRTP/HTTPS/AES, and various personal productivity applications including real time local weather automatically delivered with zero configuration, etc.
We are very pleased to announce the new GXP1450 which rounds up our release of new enterprise HD IP phone portfolio in 2010,” said David Li, CEO of Grandstream. From the two-line, entry-level phone to six-line executive phones, Grandstream offers the most far-reaching array of desktop HD IP telephone options for both large enterprises and small businesses that lead to enhanced productivity and unrivaled ROI.”