Specialist VoIP manufacturer Yealink is launching a low-cost ‘simply IP phone’ designed to meet growing demand from users looking to migrate from analogue to SIP platforms.
Yealink T18P SimplyIP Phone
Whilst carrying an RRP of just £43.50 (ex-VAT), the Yealink SIP – T18P IP Phone offers a strong feature set, making it well suited to a variety of private and public sector environments. The Yealink T18 sip phone features a TI Titan chipset at its core providing a high quality compact phone that offers 20 keys – two programmable – with standard features including voicemail, call transfer, three-way conferencing, eight speed dials, call logging and auto attendant. As with all models in Yealink’s SIP telephone range, the SIP – T18P also offers PoE and includes the PSU whilst resellers will also benefit from ease of installation via auto-provisioning.
Small business and service provider customers can now enjoy the high quality audio and rich features of VoIP with Grandstream’s newest single line small business SIP telephone, the GXP285. It has broad interoperability with most of the leading IP PBX, Softswitch platforms and 3rd party SIP devices on the market and can be easily auto provisioned for mass deployment. Available in July 2010 for a list price of $95, a key benefit of the GXP285 is its integrated PoE capability that allows centralized power supply with backup.
GXP285 Small Business 1-line PoE IP Phone
The GXP285 is a next generation small business SIP phone that features 1 line appearance, 128×32 graphic LCD, 3 XML programmable softkeys, and dual 10M/100Mbps network ports with integrated Power over Ethernet (802.3af PoE) support. It is an affordable choice for a SOHO user needing a feature rich, 1-line IP phone with superioir audio quality.
» Dual 10/100M Ethernet ports with integrated Power-over-Ethernet (802.3af PoE) to allow centralized power supply with backup
» 1 line appearance with FLASH to handle 2 simultaneous calls
» High fidelity wideband audio and a full-duplex speakerphone with advanced acoustic echo cancellation