Snom technology AG has announced/introduced its new line of business VoIP phones to the United States. First shown at Metaswitch Forum last month, the snom 7xx series is designed for both small and mid-sized businesses requiring “an enterprise-class desktop phone on an SMB budget.”
Two phones have been introduced, the snom 720 and snom 760. The SIP phones with HD voice support “bring together” the multiple programmable buttons and standard business functionality of the snom 3xx series with advanced features, “sleek styling” and Gigabit Ethernet switch found in the 8xx series.
Both the 720 and 760 offer a Gigabit Ethernet switch, automatic provisioning, wireless LAN connectivity and the aforementioned HD voice support via G.722. Both phones can move data at full GigE rates and feature Bluetooth connectivity thru an optional USB stick. Wireless LAN connectivity is also done via optional USB stick.
The high-end snom 760 has a high-resolution color display and two USB ports, a newly designed handset grip for silent pickup and return of the handset, and a 16-key programmable business lamp field and 4 context-sensitive keys complemented by a large, easy to read display.
As you’d expect, the snom 720 has less; a four line mono graphics display, 18 fully configurable function keys and four variable keys..
Both the snom 720 and snom 760 are available for order today by distributors and resellers worldwide. snom 720 MSRP is $219.00 US and snom 760 MSRP is $329.00 US.