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IP Multimedia Phone Expert Khris Kendrick of Grandstream Appears On VoIP Users Conference
By David Sims, TMCnet Contributing Editor
Khris Kendrick (News - Alert), Grandstream's senior director of business development, made a guest appearance on the VoIP Users Conference on May 27, discussing IP multimedia phones as well as other topics.
The conference is a live(ly) discussion about VoIP, SIP, Asterisk (News - Alert), IP multimedia phones, and other telephony-related topics every Friday at 12 noon East Coast time. Anyone can join the conference through phone by calling (567) 252-2286 or by Skyping vuc.me.
Those who join the conference may ask questions and add input. Past guests of the VUC have included those involved with IP multimedia phones, the VoIP industry and others with innovative projects.
Kendrick spoke with VUC hosts Michael Graves and Karl Fife about recent technology trends and new Grandstream products, including their GXV3175 IP Multimedia Phone (News - Alert), which was recently sent to VUC for testing.
This past month TMC’s Juliana Kenny reported that SIP Print and Grandstream “officially revealed a partnership to mutually certify and endorse each other’s products,” including IP multimedia phones.
Offering affordable SIP-based call recording and monitoring services, SIP Print (News - Alert) is a provider in the VoIP call recording industry, and will join with Grandstream to supply its customers with call recording tools.
Officials of Grandstream, which makes IP voice/video telephony and video surveillance products, say the company will benefit from partnering with SIP Print by gaining access to its top-of-the-line call recording offerings that are “a natural product line extension for Grandstream customers.”
According to Kenny, Don Palmer, CEO and president of SIP Print, stated “Grandstream Networks (News - Alert) is a natural fit for SIP Print, a highly respected developer of SIP Telephony systems delivering an impressive value proposition to its ever-increasing roster of partners, distributors and customers.”
David Sims is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of David’s articles, please visit his columnist page. He also blogs for TMCnet here.
Edited by Stefanie Mosca