snom, a leading provider of VoIP phones and PBXs, has released a new line of IP phones, adding to its existing line-up of executive SIP phones. The snom 7xx series of phones includes two new phones, the snom 720 and snom 760, both designed to offer small/medium businesses advanced, enterprise-class functionality at small-business friendly prices.
The snom 720 and snom 760 bring together the multiple programmable buttons and popular standard business functionality of the snom 3xx series with the advanced functionality, sleek styling and Gigabit Ethernet switch capabilities found in the snom 8xx series. Both will be available immediately for order to St. Aubin Technologies clients.
Both the snom 720 and snom 760 offer a Gigabit Ethernet switch, automatic provisioning, wireless LAN connectivity and snom’s superior wideband high definition voice quality. Both phones can transfer data at a speed of 1000Mbits/s without slowing down the network or a connected PC, and both models feature Bluetooth connectivity via optional USB stick, allowing users the freedom to use a compatible Bluetooth headset with their snom 7xx series phone.
The snom 760 features a high-resolution color display and two USB ports for a variety of connectivity options, as well as a newly designed handset grip that increases user friendliness by providing silent pickup and return of the handset. The snom 760 also includes a 16-key programmable busy lamp field and 4 context-sensitive keys complemented by the large, easy to read display.
The snom 760 also offers the standard desktop feature set of any snom phone, and is ideal for business environments that require a greater level of visual functions, such as the use and delivery of XML-based data. The large display also supports caller images, uploaded by the caller or included in the user’s address book.
The snom 720 also supports all standard VoIP calling features, including an address book with 1,000 possible entries, speed dialing, URL dialing, ringtone selection and LED call indication. In addition, the snom 720 and 760 also feature wireless LAN (WLAN) connectivity via optional USB stick.