Snom, the globally established brand for modern IP telephony in business and industry, has launched its new range of IP business phones, the D8xx series. The products were presented at a high-profile launch event in Berlin, at the Museum for Communication.
Turning the modern IP phone into a smart office nerve centre, all devices in the D8xx series offer HD audio quality – and some even have super wideband audio, a feature usually only found in recording studios.
Additional highlights include large, freely swivelling IPS displays and slim, high-quality casing made of anti-bacterial coated plastic.
Buyers will soon have freedom of choice with their firmware too – whether they want Linux or Android-based devices, both are available. Detachable cameras are also an option, depending on the model of phone and the customer’s requirement.
Snom collaborated with partners and experts at various design thinking workshops to develop different application scenarios, while always keeping its users’ needs in mind. This resulted in the development of a model series with features which suit every need and uphold exceptionally high-quality standards.
“We didn’t just want to develop any kind of upgrade,“ explains Florent Aubert, Head of Product Management at Snom. “After more than 20 years of experience in this field, it was time to fully rethink the desk phone and its functionality. Even adapting the audio quality required a lot of thinking. But it was worth it.”
The first devices of the Snom 8xx series will be available on the market from December 2021.