From the SIP Trunking Experts

October 18, 2010

SAFERZONE: Smallest and Smartest WiFi Phone?

By Rahul Arora SIP Trunking Report Contributor

SAFERZONE recently announced its SZ series. An emerging leader in the WiFi phone industry based in New Jersey, SAFRZONE is a professional sales and marketing firm which focuses on establishing and promoting strategic partnerships between the North American Market and prospective Korean IT companies and providing them with the fastest gateway to successfully penetrate the North American market.

The SAFERZONE SZ series supports SIP standard and IEEE 802.11 bpg with excellent talk quality and is considered to be the best solution for Home and Enterprises users to experience top quality voice communication service by using WLAN network or Internet access.

The WiFi phone series by SAFERZONE are based on international standards, the wireless AP and SIP System. It use optimized WiFi phone chipset and support WEP, WiFi Protected Access (WPA), WPA2 with pre-shared keys (PSKs) and 802.1x to keep the conversation secure.

The SZ series not only will provide 160 hours of stand-by time (3.5 times longer than competitors) and 9 hours of talk time, which is about twice longer than competitors, but is also able to standby for a week by recharging once even with its compact size compared to D-link phones. It can cover 306 yards which is not-yet-seen distance coverage. To keep up with the pace of technological developments, SAFERZONE is looking to upgrade the series on a regular basis.

"We are proud to offer such a fascinating technology to consumers," said Harry Rhim, CEO and president of SYNET Electronics, Inc. "It has user friendly design and UI. Therefore, everybody can figure out how to use them in a minute. Also, its stylish design makes them a winner."

SAFERZONE has already featured the highly portable WiFi phone at IT Channel USA Conference 2010 held at Double Tree, Fort Lee, NJ on October 11-13, 2010. The event was organized by SYNET and sponsored by Korea IT Research Institute (KITRI).

Rahul Arora is a TMCnet contributor. He has worked as an editor and freelance writer for several reputed organizations in India. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Jaclyn Allard