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snom Touts "Solutions": Business Telephone Solutions #snom #lync #polycom #aastra



It looks like snom is focusing on the new theme of "Solutions". Their solutions include something for every size business from the Soho to the Enterprise. In the soho space they are counting on their snom ONE PBX and for Enterprise they are pointing to Microsoft Lync Server 2010 and Estos.

My opinion? They have a solid lineup at the core with snom ONE phone system and Lync Server 2010. But what has snom's focus is the endpoint and their answer there is the 8xx and 3xx series. The 3xx series handsets are aging design-wise but the firmware has continued to be updated is actually quite advanced as they work with Lync 2010 and can show presence! In the DECT space snom has one bet: the snom m9. The m9 has Lync compatiblity* and IPv6 baked in which is an industry first. (Aastra and Polycom DECT still seem to be depending on servers to convert from SIP to Lync for certification)

Checkout their new web page dedicated to this communication:
http://www.snom.com/en/solutions/

Download New Brochure:
http://downloads.snom.net/marketing/snom_Broschure-telephone-solution.pdf

* The handset works with Lync but is currently not certified.

2 comments:

  1. Can you tell me what is the differences between the features of Polycom IP 6000 AC and Polycom 450 and which one is more beneficial to use at home ?

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  2. okay you should talk to a reseller. the one is a deskphone and the other one is a conference phone.

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