Snom technology, a leading developer of IP desktop business phones, has updated its flagship line of phones with a streamlined new look, new branding and an upgrade of the internal processor that powers the handset…
Snom technology, a leading developer of IP desktop business phones, has updated its flagship line of phones with a streamlined new look, new branding and an upgrade of the internal processor that powers the handset.
The new D715 and D725 IP desktop phones now feature a Broadcom chipset for improved horsepower to handle current and future Unified Communications applications. Both models are now black, sleeker in design and feature snom’s new corporate logo.
Moving forward, new models in the 7xx series line will all have the D nomenclature.
The D725 is the ultimate in functionality, with 18 multicolor function keys, wideband audio, Gigabit Ethernet and a USB port for expansion. With 12 SIP identities (or lines) the D725 is ideal for call-intensive business environments.
The D715 has Gigabit Ethernet, five programmable function keys and four SIP identities.
Both the D715 and D725 have a USB port for expansion with headsets, the snom D7 Expansion Module or Wi-Fi dongle.
“The updated 7xx series of phones is the latest example of snom’s commitment to delivering the latest in IP telecommunications functionality for our customers,” said Tommy Lee, snom’s Director of Partner Alliance. “We are not taking our foot off the gas and are excited about new capabilities we will deliver in 2015.”
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