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[February 07, 2011]
BroadSoft Completes Interoperability with Grandstream's HD IP Phones and IP Multimedia Phones for Hosted Service Provider Unified Communications Solutions
Feb 07, 2011 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- Grandstream Networks, a manufacturer of IP voice/video telephony and video surveillance solutions, announced that BroadSoft, a provider of IP-based communications services to the telecommunications industry, has completed interoperability testing of its BroadWorks platform with Grandstream's newest GXP21xx/14xx series enterprise HD IP phones and the GXV3175/3140 IP Multimedia Phones.
Product interoperability enables telecommunication service providers to offer different choices of hosted unified communication solutions using HD voice and video to SMB, enterprise and consumer customers worldwide. Grandstream solutions allow automated XML provisioning with BroadWorks device management software, allowing users to mass deploy devices.
The new GXP series of enterprise SIP telephones, specifically, the GXP2100, GXP2110, GXP2120, and GXP1450 feature superior HD voice quality, XML customization flexibility, and productivity applications to the enterprise and call center customers worldwide in need of IP telephony functionality, secure and automated provisioning capability, voice communications as well as broad SIP interoperability, and integrated web applications.
"We are pleased to have completed interoperability testing with the BroadWorks platform and our new HD phone and multimedia phone product lines," said David Li, CEO of Grandstream. "Grandstream strives to continually innovate and raise the bar of quality, value and user experience on its advanced desktop voice and video communication devices." "We support Grandstream's commitment to providing CPE products," said Ken Rokoff, VP, business development, BroadSoft. "We believe the completion of interoperability testing between our BroadWorks product and Grandstream's newest enterprise voice and multimedia terminals demonstrates our continued focus on ensuring our service provider customers can take to market a broad range of IP-based communications solution." ABOUT GRANDSTREAM NETWORKS For enterprise and residential customers seeking an integrated multimedia communication experience with instant access to real-time web and social multimedia applications, Grandstream's new GXV3175 IP Multimedia Phone redefines desktop multimedia communications. The tablet-like GXV3175 has a 7" touch screen LCD, 1.3 Megapixel camera, integrated WiFi (802.11b/g/n) and PoE. The 'always-on' GXV3175 features an integrated web browser, giving users convenient, one-touch access to personalized feeds of real-time online information services (such as news video or RSS feeds, weather, IM and stock/currency updates), Google Voice, thousands of Internet radio stations, web photo sites (Yahoo Flickr, Photobucket, Phanfare), social networking sites and Internet streaming services like YouTube and Last.fm. For enterprise users, several telephony features (such as virtual BLF keys) are also pending shortly.
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