Based on Grandstream’s broadly interoperable SIP stack, “the GXP2110 SIP telephone delivers superior HD audio quality for crystal clear voice communications, packed IP telephony features and integrated Web applications, as well as support for highly flexible XML customization and strong security protection,” as the company says.
The new GXP2110 SIP phone comes standard with HD handset and high performance full duplex speakerphone, a broad range of voice codecs, dual network ports with integrated PoE, 4 line keys, 3 soft keys, 18 programmable BLF keys, 5-way conferencing, large 240×120 backlit graphical LCD with 8-level grayscale, multiple languages, large phone book and call log (2,000 records), automated provisioning using TR-069 and encrypted XML file, extension module expandability, and a number of integrated Web applications such as real-time local weather, stock, currency, RSS news, etc.
The company informed that in the near future, more advanced Web applications will continue to be integrated via FREE firmware upgrade and an open Web service API will also be provided for advanced custom enterprise/Web application development. Grandstream plans to continue to expand the GXP phone series with new models during the rest of this year.
“The proliferation of Web applications from PC to mobile phones and now to desk phones is clearly gaining momentum,” David Li, CEO of Grandstream Networks.
“The combination of HD voice communication with open Web application integration will unleash vastly improved productivity and create potentially unlimited new business opportunities at every desk phone. Known for our commitment to innovation and value delivery, Grandstream fully embraces market evolution and will continue its quest of providing advanced voice and video solutions that mirror evolving market demands,” he added.
The GXP2110 is commercially available for purchase now through Grandstream’s worldwide distribution channels at a MSRP of US$139.