Broadband Briefs for 11/11/08

Tue, 11/11/2008 - 7:00am

Snom debuts VoIP for North American businesses
By CED Staff

Snom technology AG, a developer and manufacturer of Voice-over-IP (VoIP) telephones, today announced the debut of the snom 820.

The SIP-based snom 820 is a new business VoIP phone for the North American enterprise and small and medium-sized business (SMB) markets.

"The snom 820 represents the fourth generation of SIP-based business phones from snom and is designed to address the requirements of the enterprise work force of today and tomorrow," said Michael Knieling, snom’s executive vice president of marketing and sales. "The phone blends superior usability and style with mature VoIP technology delivering cutting business-class communications features that are packaged in a sleek and intuitive design."

Snom said the 820 supports Wi-Fi and power over Ethernet enabling easy installation regardless of the surroundings and plug in play connectivity. The snom 820, which was first introduced in Europe in October, is generally available today for $419.

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