October 05, 2010
Grandstream Introduces GXP2120 and GXP2100 Enterprise SIP Telephones at ITEXPO
By Stefanie Mosca, TMCnet Web Editor
Grandstream Networks, manufacturer of IP voice/video telephony and video surveillance solutions has announced the newest HD additions to its GXP series of desktop enterprise SIP telephones including the new Grandstream GXP2120 and GXP2100. Grandstream’s new GXP desktop telephones come packed with business productivity features and applications, HD audio quality and broad SIP interoperability with third party SIP platforms and devices.
David Li, Grandstream CEO said, “Grandstream stays focused on what business customers ask for: affordable, feature-rich desktop solutions that are broadly interoperable with high quality audio and are Web application-friendly. Our extensive voice solutions portfolio gives SMBs the widest selection of telephones to choose from for high fidelity communications, advanced security protection, improved business productivity, and best investment return.”
The introduction of the GXP2120 and GXP2100 telephones add to Grandstream’s HD voice solutions offering, joining the recently introduced GXP2110. Multiple desktop model options give SMBs the ability to select an HD telephone that best fits their size and need.
The GXP2100 Mainstream Desktop HD Telephone offers a 4-line enterprise telephone allowing 4 SIP accounts, 11 line appearances, and 4-way conference
Grandstream’s GXP2120 Executive Desktop HD Telephone has a little more to offer including a 6-line enterprise telephone allowing 6 SIP accounts, 13 line appearances, and 5-way conference, along with high resolution 320 x 160 large backlit graphic LCD, 4 XML programmable keys and 7 BLF keys and an HD wideband audio for superior voice quality and full-duplex, hands-free speakerphone.
The GXP2120 also includes optional add-on line expansion modules to allow an extra 112 extension keys for receptionist and heavy call center requirements, integrated real-time web applications (weather, stock, currency, RSS news, etc.) and a large phonebook holding up to 2,000 contacts and call history holding up to 2,000 records.
Stefanie Mosca is a Web editor for TMCnet. Previously she worked as a freelance copy editor for Digital Surgeons LLC. She holds a master's degree in journalism from Quinnipiac University and a bachelor's degree in communication from the University of New Haven. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.