Grandstream Networks, a leading producer of entry-level IP phones for use with PBX phone systems, recently earned recognition from telecommunications industry news giant TMC with its GXP2124 Enterprise HD IP phone. The 4-line HD IP phone garnered the company the 2012 TMC Labs Innovation Award for its high-quality audio and innovative design, which includes 24 programmable speed-dial buttons, 4 XML programmable softkeys, and electronic hook switch (EHS) support. The GXP2124 also features dual network ports with PoE and supports 5-way conferencing.
Issued by Internet Telephony magazine, the TMC Labs Innovation Award is bestowed on products and services that "further the development of the IP communications industry" and offer "significant advancement to the industry." The recent acknowledgement of the GXP2124 phone is the seventh time Grandstream Networks has been recognized by TCM for its contributions to the IP telecommunications industry.
The GXP2124 Enterprise HD IP phone, with its 24 speed-dial buttons, is oriented toward businesses with high call volumes, such as call centers, customer support, and receptionists. The GXP2124
Grandstream's GXP2124 phone and Labs Innovation award will be featured in the July/August issue of Internet Telephony magazine, a publication of TMC.
Grandstream also introduced its first cordless IP phone last month. The DP715/710 with base unit is SIP/DECT compatible and can support 5 SIP accounts.