IP Phones

Proprietary hardware has always been the bane of any companies existence. In the past when you purchased a phone system, you had to take into consideration everything you could possibly need it do, in advance! Those days are gone! We have a pre-selected list of phones that cover a wide variety of applications and many of them are from a variety of vendors such as HP, Polycom and Cisco. The prerequisite is that they be 100% SIP compliant and not a specific model or hardware manufacturer. Phones can be broken down into 4 major categories which are:

  • Common Area Phones
  • Desk & Receptionist Phones
  • Speakerphones
  • Wireless Phones

The following are a set examples of the major categories. You can look at a selection of our most common phones by clicking here!

Common Area Phones:
These phones go in places such as cafeterias, waiting rooms, etc. Places where it needs to be convenient to make outbound calls. These phones are great for security offices as well. They are generally very limited in functionality and in many cases the ability to make outbound calls can have preset restrictions.
Desk & Receptionist Phones:
Desktop phones generally have a series of Busy Lamp Field (BLF) buttons that can be programmed for a variety of functions. The ability to set BLF buttons to extensions is key for phones that will be used by people with receptionist or call routing responsibilities. A large display for Caller-ID and other information is useful for everyone. Some of the more advanced phones have built-in BluetoothTM and WiFi capabilities. At the top end you will find phones with color displays, touch sensitive color-displays and even video conferencing features.
Speakerphones:
Voice conferencing is one of the most critical elements of group communication. Excellent voice quality is essential for both voice-only calls and visual communication environments, ensuring that everyone can clearly hear and be heard to improve productivity and deliver a seamless, natural communications experience. Nobody does it better than Polycom. Our solution fully supports Polycom’s VoIP line of conference room phones. You can choose the Duo for small rooms all the way up to connecting multiple 7000 series units together for clear coverage in the largest of conference or board rooms.
Wireless Phones:
Now you can implement wireless solutions in the work-place that are tied into the PBX directly. They are configured and provisioned just like any other extension. Many of the wireless systems work in a similar fashion to a unified WiFi solution. Similar to WiFi, they use their own wireless protocol and have their own access points placed around your building. Unlike cellular phones, two-way radio or paging systems, workplace wireless systems provide ubiquitous on-site coverage and support a full range of call control functions. Incoming calls are directed to the appropriate handset. Make use of standard telephony features such as forward, transfer, conference and hold to process calls as needed. For outgoing calls, individuals can easily connect with co-workers on-site or at off-site locations, making effective use of existing wire line billing plans and/or VoIP infrastructures.

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