Grandstream Networks is releasing its next enterprise IP phone for beta testing by the Grandstream Beta Club. Grandstream will be opening applications for the beta test of a new color-screen enterprise IP phone from November 5 – 17, 2015.
Grandstream Networks will be adding a new phone to its award-winning GXP21xx series of color screen enterprise-grade Gigabit IP phones. This robust product line currently features the GXP2130, GXP2140, and GXP2160, and will soon be expanding to include a new 12-line IP phone, the GXP2170. This new addition to Grandstream’s product portfolio further enhances the Grandstream solution, providing a wide variety of products for a complete IP unified communications package.
For the next beta test, the Grandstream Beta Club is looking for IP telephony enthusiasts; those who like to experiment with and test new products, and those whose innovative ideas can transform the way in which IP telephony is applied in today’s market. Ideal applicants are those who have prior experience with IP phones and IP phone networks. Those who display a dedicated interest in exploring IP technology are also invited to apply.
The newest product being released to the Grandstream Beta Club is a high-capacity IP phone ideal for enterprise and high call-volume use. This Linux-based model (GXP2170) features 12 line keys with up to 6 SIP accounts, 5 XML programmable soft-keys, 48 digitally programmable BLF/fast-dial keys with dual color LED, and the ability to use the GXP2200EXT extension module for up to 160 additional BLF/fast-dial keys.
This leading-edge phone also features a vivid 4.3” 480×272 color LCD, 5-way conferencing, HD wideband audio, full-duplex speakerphone with advanced acoustic echo cancellation, dual Gigabit network ports, integrated PoE, Bluetooth, USB and EHS. 50 units of this phone will be available for shipping to selected Beta Club members by November 20, 2015.