VoIP hardware manufacturer snom is set to unveil its new range of IP PBX phones at the ITEXPO East, which takes place in Miami, Florida, between February 2 – 4.
The ITEXPO is a conference specialising in communications and technology, but also has many training elements to offer visitors. This year, small to medium enterprises, VoIP resellers and government agencies will have the chance to learn how to choose the best fax, video and business phone systems to purchase for themselves or resell onto their clients. It is also an opportunity to see the latest in business VoIP, gain an insight into what customers will be clamouring for in 2011, make new business relationships and secure deals.
The Vice President of Technical Operations for snom, Kevin Moroz, will be appearing in person to speak on security issues that have an impact on IP telephony. The session, entitled “Securing Your IP Phone”, is scheduled for Febuary 4th at 12PM.
snom will be lifting the lid on its brand new range of IP PBX systems, which it has christened snom ONE. The company already has a formidable reputation for providing business phones systems that offer a great degree of flexibility for small to medium enterprises, but with snom ONE, it is looking to take this dedication and expertise a step further with a SIP based PBX communications system.
The snom ONE will come in three flavours; a free version that can be downloaded from the internet and can accommodate 10 telephones, snom ONE Yellow which can support up to 20 telephones, and snom ONE Blue that is able to handle 150 extensions, split across five different companies all operating from the same PBX.
Snom has also hinted that it will also be launching a new phone at the expo.