snom technology launches Hardware-based IP PBX Solution

snom ONE plus for Small and Medium Size Business Market

By Kristine Hegglin
Updated: March 07, 2011

snom technology launches Hardware-based IP PBX Solution

snom technology AG, an internet protocol (IP) communications solution provider, recently release a new hardware product called snom ONE plus. When customers purchase snom ONE plus coupled with snom’s business IP phones, they get an IP telephony solution that can handle anywhere from five to one hundred and fifty extensions. This means that small businesses can have big business phone technology and functionality. This highly scalable solution is easy to implement, easy to deploy, and cost efficient. Snom ONE plus is preconfigured to work with snom ONE IP PBX (private branch exchange) software, which makes deployment with snom’s business IP phones easy and quick. Compatible snom IP phones include; snom 3xx series, snom m9, snom 8xx series, and snom MeetingPoint (conference phone). snom ONE plus, which comes with a three year warranty, will be offered in the following two forms: 

  • snom ONE plus yellow – handles up to twenty extensions
  • snom ONE plus blue – handles up to one hundred and fifty extensions

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snom technology was founded in 1996. They are headquartered in Berlin, which is where the company was started. snom has offices located all over the world and they currently have customers located in more than forty countries.
 

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