Major international business phone systems supplier, Yealink, is about to launch its new series of internet protocol (IP) telephony handsets, under the umbrella name, T3XG SIP.
Although an official launch date has yet to be announced, the company has already begun promoting the new phones on its website.
The new phone series features gigabit Ethernet switches that enable various lines of communication to run simultaneously over a company’s local area network (LAN) without creating data jams or queues.
In addition, its PoE (power over Ethernet) capability means that as it derives its power source from connection to an internet cable, there are fewer wires to manage and secure.
The T3XG SIP series is compatible with internet protocol version 6 (IPv6), a future standard for internet transmission which will be able to incorporate more web addresses. Yealink claims therefore that an investment in the T3XG SIP series will help better prepare a business for any likely future developments in this area.
From a handling and usability perspective, the T3XG SIP series is claimed to possess many advantages over other rival handsets.
Its use of a TI Aries chipset and TI voice engine, for example, is said to provide users with an exceptionally high standard of voice quality.
Likewise, its high-resolution TFT–LCD screen offers up to 262,000 colours, together with an easy to understand control panel.
Each phone in the series also provides the user with instant access to detailed directories, lists of calls, and caller information.
Finally, as with all handsets produced by Yealink, the T3XG SIP series is compatible for all business VoIP (voice over internet protocol) arrangements; whether or not the system is one made up of privately acquired hardware; or whether a business has chosen to benefit from an agreement with a remote business VoIP provider or VoIP reseller.