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Grandstream VoIP products confirmed to be compatible with Epygi platforms


Grandstream VoIP products confirmed to be compatible with Epygi platforms
Company Grandstream Networks, one of the most substantial industry players in segment of VoIP telephony and IP based video surveillance products, has announced that its freshly rolled out DP715/710 DECT wireless IP Phones have got full interoperability certification on IP PBX from Epygi Technologies’ entitled Epygi Quadro.
Epygi’s SMBs and dedicated small office home office (SOHO) clients can promote globally VoIP applications far beyond the desktop by deployment Grandstream SIP/DECT 6.0 suitable cordless VoIP Phones across offices, premises, warehouses and retail establishments. Phones from Grandstream offer wide coverage of indoor/outdoor cordless deployment, voice HD quality, cost efficiency, TLS and SRTP dynamic security and SIP open standards versatility, thus harnessing all the advantages of IP from expenditures and operational efficiency perspective. Plug-and-play configuring makes businesses to augment DP715/DP710 phones to VoIP network without the requirements for physical cording to an employee’s desktop as well as other premises locations. “Epygi and Grandstream have operated together for several years on numerous successful projects with well performed customer experience,” stated Warren Sonnen, director of product management at Epygi. “The promotion of brand new SIP devices is always sensational event, as it makes us to provide new desktop products with the Epygi PBXs. Line-ups with mobility are extremely attractive to our clients due to mighty features traditionally fastened to a user’s desk can now be taken with them.” The Epygi VoIP based PBX is created for SMBs/SMEs and backs up to 300 simultaneous phone calls. It delivers support for eight VoIP extensions up to thousand on the bigger enterprise PBX appliance. Also, this system covers SIP lines to get connected with the Internet Service Provider, FXO (Foreign Exchange Office), as well as E1/T1 lines for a hybrid organization’s deployments. All the consumers within the system, whether they are within a VoIP or traditional wired phone, will have complete availability of the comprehensive VoIP features. Distant users will be capable to use all the advantages of the expenses saving and performance-improving features. Grandstream’s DP715, which contains the DECT handset and the VoIP core station with the attached charger, supports up to five specific SIP accounts and is attachable to a complete set of five DECT 6.0 handsets and process four simultaneous calls. The DP710 or extension unit, compounded with the DECT phone and charger unit, is used in synergy with the DP715 base station and is distributed throughout the business for more comfort of a user. The dynamic outdoor coverage range of more than 300 meters, indoor range covers 50 meters accordingly, the phones also are attached with the powerful 102x80 pixel backlit graphic display, 10-hours operational time, 80-hours standby-time, complete duplex speakerphone with dynamic echo cancellation, more user-friendly capabilities associated with VoIP such as calling ID, call waiting, call transfer, 3-way conference, and other excellent features.


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