Utilizing the most popular open source mobile operating system in the world to innovate the IP phone space, Grandstream has introduced their GXP2200 Enterprise Multimedia Phone for Android, which allows users and developers alike to experience Android’s (News - Alert) ease-of-use, capability and extensive application catalog right on their desktop phone.
The GXP2200 features Android OS 2.3, multiple third party applications pre-loaded, a 480x272 capacitive touch screen TFT LCD and dual Gigabit network ports, as well as integrated PoE and Bluetooth. This new and innovative IP phone represents the future of enterprise business telephones; this is Grandstream’s first, and one of the industry’s few open source IP phones running on the Android platform. It is also the only IP phone we found that allows Google (News - Alert) Play to be downloaded directly to the phone, allowing any Android app to be installed—just like your smartphone!
The GXP2200 also has the same Android operating system running on many smartphones and tablets, which includes the same features, functionality, applications, as well as look and feel. “Everything that you’re used to doing on Android smartphones and tablets, is now on our IP phone,” Phil Bowers, Marketing Communication manager at Grandstream, told TMCnet.
In addition, the GXP2200 lets you use all the business productivity apps you know and love from your Microsoft (News - Alert) Lync, GoToMeeting, Intuit, and many more.
“Many people become accustomed to using certain applications in their daily lives. We are happy to be able to bring those same apps onto the GXP2200 the same way they would on a smartphone or a tablet,” explained Bowers.
With the GXP2200, businesses in any industry can easily create and deploy personalized and customized applications aimed at improving business productivity, security and customer service. Using Grandstream’s advanced SDK API toolkit, businesses can also develop their own apps to fit their business needs. “We believe that our GXP2200 is at the forefront of an industry-wide shift toward Android integration,” Bowers said. His prediction certainly seems accurate, and as of today, Grandstream is leading the way with the most advanced Android IP phone in the market!
Edited by Allison Boccamazzo