From the SIP Trunking Experts

May 01, 2015

The Snom M325 DECT is Now Part of a Phone Bundle

By Michael Guta SIP Trunking Report Contributing Writer

Internet telephony has advanced to the point where the technology is no longer being questioned as to its effectiveness and capability. Individual consumers, SMB’s and large multinational enterprises have embraced VoIP in whole or as part of their overall communication solutions. This technology requires a combination of software and hardware to deliver a wide range of flexible and scalable communication options at much lower price points than traditional telecom services. Snom, manufacturer of professional and enterprise VoIP telephones, has announced a new mobile solution to its wireless IP phone portfolio with the launch of the Snom M325 DECT phone package.

The Snom DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications) technology brings together time division multiple access (TDMA) and smartphone like functionalities to transmit radio signals on its cordless VoiP phones. This has allowed the company to deliver advanced mobile calling capabilities that can be seamlessly integrated with hosted VoIP and IP PBX solutions with rich features and enhanced range without losing voice quality.

The new bundle the company is offering includes the M300 base station and one M25 handset, which together form an expansive mobility telephony solution with superior coverage. These two units work together as one with the capability of supporting up to 20 users along with the ability to increase its range to 2,000 feet. This is accomplished without additional costly or complex changes to existing LAN infrastructure.

“The Snom M325 single-cell package gives business users an affordable cordless VoIP solution that integrates easily providing a highly affordable business-class mobile solution that fits into the business’ existing VoIP system,” said Tom Ostrander, President of Snom North America.

The Snom M325 has multiple features that mimics today’s smartphones, including on-board address book, calendar, calculator, and alarm as well as hands-free mode and caller identification. Additionally, it provides advance features which can be achieved by pairing the M25 handset with the M700 base station for IPv6 support, voice encryption, pre-installed security, single-cell to multi-cell calling and color picture caller ID.

Edited by Dominick Sorrentino
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