Grandstream Announces Additions to Line of HD IP PhonesBy Nathan Eddy | Posted 2011-06-02 Email Print
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The GXP1400/1405 delivers wideband HD audio quality and full duplex speakerphone with advanced acoustic echo cancellation.
Grandstream Networks, a manufacturer of IP voice/video telephony and video surveillance solutions, announced two new additions to the GXP line of Enterprise HD IP Phones, the GXP1400 and GXP1405. The newest additions to the GXP family of HD IP Phones, the GXP1400/1405 bring HD audio and functionality to the SMB (small and midsize business) market. The GXP1400/1405 will be commercially available through Grandstream’s worldwide distribution channels at a list price of $59 and $65 respectively, by June.
The GXP1400/1405 are next generation SMB IP phones that feature 2 line keys with dual-color LED, single SIP account, a 128x40 pixel graphical LCD display with support for multi-languages (including English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Chinese, Korean, Japanese), 3 XML programmable context-sensitive soft keys, dual network ports, integrated PoE (GXP1405 only), and 3-way conferencing.
The GXP1400/1405 delivers wideband HD audio quality, high performance full duplex speakerphone with advanced acoustic echo cancellation, rich telephony features, auto provisioning for secure deployment using TR069 and AES encrypted XML configuration file, advanced security protection for privacy using TLS/SRTP/HTTPS, and interoperability with most third-party SIP devices and SIP/NGN/IMS platforms as well as IPPBX systems.
"We are very excited to announce the GXP1400/1405 HD phones for the small-to-medium business market", said David Li, CEO of Grandstream Networks. "This new product from Grandstream will target the fastest growing demand in the affordability segment of the IP phone market with unrivaled cost-feature-performance advantages and exceedingly compelling value of wideband HD voice at a nearly disruptive price point that’s close to traditional analog phones."
Earlier this year, the company announced the GXV31xx series VOIP multimedia phones, including the GXV3175 desktop IP multimedia telephone with a 7-inch touch-screen LCD. This sibling to the Skype-certified GXV3140 offers video telephony capabilities with enhanced picture sharpness, HD audio quality, and a variety of business productivity, casual entertainment, and social networking applications embedded in the phone.
Featuring 3-lines with up to 3 SIP accounts plus a free peer-to-peer IPVideoTalk service out of the box, the GXV3175 also includes a 1.3 mega pixel tiltable CMOS camera with privacy shutter, dual 10M/100M Ethernet ports with integrated PoE, integrated WiFi (802.11b/g/n), dual USB ports, SD port, stereo audio and TV output, headset jack, and stylus pen. The phone also offers video conferencing projection, allowing connection to a digital TV for larger caller projection.