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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

IP Phones Featured Articles
Interoperability is one of those great things that many companies strive for. The more a product works with other products, the more likely it is to work smoothly with current operations and therefore be selected to fill in any future holes in said operation. Grandstream Networks brought out a new interoperability connection of its own, announcing that its GXP1600 line of IP phones for small business was interoperable with BroadSoft's BroadWorks as well as various other session initiation protocol (SIP) based services.

Vertical Communications is a company that provides businesses with communications solutions designed for today's environment. Their goal is to enable companies to better communicate providing its customers with voice, mobile and collaboration technologies that improve critical business workflows.

Today, Yealink announced its renewed partnership with NETXUSA, now a Gold distributor of the Yealink portfolio in North America. NETXUSA's value-added services coupled with the industry leading, user-friendly and highly functional tools we are used to seeing from Yealink are poised to leave their mark in the North American market.

If you're a bit older than those included in the millennial generation, it's likely you've owned a phone built by Nokia. In my flip phone years, I had a few made by what was once considered the biggest phone maker in the world. The arrival of the iPhone, followed by Samsung's smartphone line left Nokia out in the cold. Thanks to an agreement with Microsoft, however, the company just may make a comeback.

A recent rash of IP phone hacking has left many Japanese businesses with huge phone bills for calls they claim they did not make. The attacks underscore the need for better security practices and more modern policy from regulatory agencies.

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