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IP Phones Revolutionarily new design

IP Phones Yealink Optima HD voice

IP PhonesDual-port Gigabit Ethernet

IP Phones 4.3" 480 x 272-pixel color display with backlight

IP PhonesBuilt-in a USB port, support Bluetooth headset (Through USB Dongle)

IP Phones Up to 6 SIP accounts, Paper label free design


IP Phones Exceptional HD sound with wideband technology 

IP Phones Up to 4 simultaneous external calls 

IP Phones Up to 5 DECT cordless handsets  

IP Phones Up to 5 VoIP accounts  

IP Phones 1.8" color display with intuitive user interface

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IP voice installations are on the rise as VoIP offers more advanced features than traditional phone systems. An IP phone system is simple to integrate with CRM voice applications, as it can greatly enhance the ability of businesses to exchange phone messages that are routed over the Web or LAN.

The telephone has been one of humanity's greatest inventions, and ever since, it's been on the receiving end of a number of refinements. Most recently, it's been making the migration to running on the Internet, giving rise to a growth of session initiation protocol (SIP) devices, and one of the leaders in the field is Yealink. But no SIP phone line can operate for long without voice service, and Yealink has added a significant boost to its operations with the addition of Teliax's voice service to its roster, thanks to a recently completed interoperability certification process between the two firms.

For businesses, it's not very easy to manage a sea of incoming calls and make sure that the caller reaches the correct person every time. For this, they need a telephone system that makes use of modern technology. Now, customers can get their Yealink IP phones for free with a new Nexogy service, thanks to an agreement recently signed by both companies.

In order to fix the problems related to slow Internet speeds, the Depart of Science and Technology (DOST) states that IP peering among service providers might be the solution. IP peering allows Internet and data services providers to exchange data more efficiently by localizing foreign content and cutting down Internet traffic.

A recent post at Telecom Reseller discusses the fate of IP phones. While it says that some online news sources have slated them to be doomed to the evolutionary dustbin, others have marveled at the flexibility of SIP technology and the transformation of IP phones that conform to the changing nature of the business world. It is impossible to truly predict the future, but the prevalence of SIP technology and its wide-reaching effect on global businesses may, in fact, be a better predictor of the lives of desk phones than any other information currently available.

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