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The Affordable Quality Business Phone
The snom 320 is an affordable, yet powerful high-end SIP business telephone with built-in, full-duplex speakerphone, three-party conference bridging and an ergonomic high-end handset and keyboard, ideal for general office, call center and knowledge-worker environments.
The snom 320 is remote-manageable and firmware-upgradeable, uniquely easy to install, and largely self-configuring. Broad codec support and full compatibility with current SIP recommendations insures interoperability; support for STUN (for NAT traversal), ENUM (for dialed-number resolution) and other state-of-the-art features enables flexible deployment, behind local proxies, IP PBXs or hosted VoIP services.
A 2 x 24 semi-graphic LCD display and menu-driven user interface supports custom branding and easy feature management. And the 320's built-in web server supports even simpler end-user configuration, screen dialing, and access to call history.
A 100-number call memory, 100-number onboard address book (to which data may easily be uploaded), custom call blocking, configurable/downloadable ring-tones, auto-answer mode, DND and other sophisticated features insure convenience and productivity.
12 programmable keys can be used to customize the functionality according to your own specific needs. The LED behind the corresponding function keys can show you whether or not your colleagues are currently on a call. And of course your colleagues can see whether your line is free or not.
To spare you the annoyance of unwanted invasions on your speech data, the snom 320 supports the security standard SRTP - a current specification from the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) for protection against eavesdropping and the stealing of data- and TLS for protection against sniffing of signaling and authentication data.
By limiting need for external conference bridges/media server capacity or use of conference services for routine multiparty calls, the snom 320's built-in three-party conference bridge helps limit total cost of ownership, while also insuring high audio quality and low latency.
With SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) you are ensuring your own personal independence. Most vendors are tipping SIP to be the communication protocol of the future. SIP components can be combined into a complete system without the need to be tied to a single provider.
With its VoIP phones and software systems, snom ensures customers comfort, quality, open standards, and cost effectiveness.
Contact ABP to learn more about the snom phones and interoperability with softswitches and IPBXs.