WOBURN, Mass. & BERLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--snom technology, one of the most recognized international names in business IP desktop phones, announced today the release of snom ONE – a new family of IP PBX systems that runs on standard servers. The IP PBX solution is designed with simplicity and affordability in mind, enabling businesses to enjoy the benefits of an advanced IP PBX system while taking full advantage of snom’s award winning suite of IP desktop and wireless DECT phones.
The snom ONE will be immediately available in North America through snom’s distributors and value added resellers and comes in three versions: snom ONE free (downloadable), for up to 10 extensions, snom ONE yellow (for up to 20 extensions) and snom ONE blue (unlimited number of extensions and multi-tenant capabilities up to five companies). All versions offer the full feature set, including hunt and ACD groups, mailbox, auto attendant, conference rooms and paging, and are designed to take full advantage of the hardware features of snom’s suite of desktop phones and endpoints. snom ONE blue also allows up to five separate corporate tenants, supporting multiple organizations to operate using a single IP PBX.
“In the past few years, we have seen an increasing demand for a powerful, yet easy to install and operate IP PBX that takes the full feature set of our endpoints and makes it accessible to the SMB market. Customers want phone systems that just work without having to worry about RFC numbers and interoperability discussions. snom ONE does exactly that,” said Christian Stredicke, founder and CEO of snom. “Using the SIP protocol makes sure that we leverage the large amount of SIP devices and services in the market that make it possible to set up a great enterprise communications system even in smaller deployments.”
The snom ONE integrates seamlessly with snom desktop and DECT phones and features all the functionality of standards-based IP PBX platforms, including simultaneous ringing of desktop and cell phone, multiple extension aliases, centralized address book, hot desking, voice mail, shared line emulation and a web interface for provisioning and management. The snom ONE is compatible with Windows, Linux and Mac environments and is equipped with robust web security through HTTPS and call security through TLS and SRTP. snom ONE supports mixed IPv4/IPv6 LAN and WAN environments and comes with an automatic blacklisting feature that makes it possible to expose public IP addresses.
“This is a great solution for our resellers and distributors, who have been looking for a powerful yet affordable IP PBX for their clients," said Mike Storella, Director of Business Development for snom. “The snom ONE complements our phones perfectly, adding a crucial element in deploying an IP communications bundle that fits the demands of the SMB space and is scalable as those businesses grow.”
snom technology AG develops and manufactures VoIP telephones and related equipment based on the IETF open standard, SIP (Session Initiation Protocol). Recognized for its high-quality, customizable, and cost-effective business solutions, snom is also differentiated by the company’s history in the VoIP industry, and its dedication to high security standards. All of snom’s products, from desktop phones to IP PBXs, are designed to be fully interoperable with leading communications equipment vendors, and in 2010 the snom 300 desktop phone was officially accepted into the Microsoft Lync device compatibility program, qualifying it as a recommended device for use with the Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2. snom customers benefit from the interoperability and flexibility that the snom telephones offer, including plug and play integration and universal compatibility with any SIP-based telephony platform. Founded in 1996 and headquartered in Berlin, Germany, snom technology AG also has offices in Italy, France, the United Kingdom and the US. The company distributes its fourth generation SIP phones through its network of more than 200 authorized reseller partners in 60 countries worldwide. For more information on snom, please visit www.snom.com.
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