Grandstream GXV3140 IP Phone Best Voice CPE

ITSPA Awards Ceremony

By Neil Zawacki
Updated: March 16, 2011

On March 11, 2011, the GXV3140 IP Multimedia Phone was named “Best Voice CPE” at the annual ITSPA awards. Other prominent finalists at the awards ceremony included Cisco’s SPA525G2 5-Line IP Phone and Gigaset’s s685IP Phone.

The GXV3140 IP Multimedia Phone has several advanced features that helped contribute to its win, including the ability for users to make free voice and video calls to anywhere in the world. The phone comes with a 4.3” digital color LVD and a 1.3M pixel CMOS camera, as well as a full-duplex speakerphone and dual switched Ethernet ports. It also has a web browser and supports instant messaging, music streaming, and RSS news feeds.

The phone is manufactured by Grandstream Networks, a major producer of IP phones and video telephony equipment. They incorporated in 2002 and have since released a wide variety of enterprise VoIP solutions for small and mid-sized businesses. After receiving the award, the company sent out a press release thanking the ITSPA council for its decision and praising the resellers and service providers who regularly work with them.

The ITSPA is a trade organization that promotes the interests of more than sixty telephony service providers and network operators in the United Kingdom. They hold an awards ceremony each year that honors the best products and services available in the VoIP business community. The decision was made by an independent panel that focused on measures like reliability and innovation.

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