snom introduced its 710 VoIP desk phone today, expanding its series of 7xx business phones.
The new model is ideal for small to large-scale deployments in a variety of business environments, the company said.
Like the snom 720 and snom 760, the snom 710 supports wideband audio for high definition voice quality, an advanced audio system, and a menu-driven user interface for easy access to core features.
The snom 7xx series VoIP telephones use snoms fifth-generation session initiation protocol (SIP) firmware, which allows interoperability with a wide variety of SIP-based IP PBXs and softswitches used in small and large office environments worldwide.
A pre-installed security certificate makes it possible to quickly and securely provision the phone without manual interaction for simple deployment in any environment, according to the company.
Advanced remote management and provisioning, including support for TR-069/TR-111, make the snom 710 ideal for any VoIP hosted service provider or larger scale multi-site installation, as well as SIP-based IP PBXs in a wide array of business environments.
The snom 710 supports a range of codecs, including wideband audio for enhanced voice quality. This new model also enables a set of everyday calling features while supporting the more advanced capabilities of the other 7xx series models, including an address book with 1,000 possible entries, hands-free speakerphone, POE, 2x Ethernet connections, ringtone selection and LED call indication.