announces interoperability with Metaswitch Networks that will bring Grandstream’s affordable SIP/VoIP enterprise voice CPE solutions to Metaswitch service provider customers. Carriers can now offer Grandstream’s affordable GXP series of SIP telephones to enterprise and call center customers worldwide in need of advanced IP functionality like XML capabilities. For enterprise and residential customers seeking a more advanced, integrated multimedia experience and instant access to real-time web and social multimedia applications, Grandstream’s award-winning GXV3140 IP multimedia phone is available.
These new CPE devices designed to enhance user experience and facilitate the growth of IP will be available to carriers deploying Metaswitch’s carrier infrastructure and application services solution. “We are very pleased to add Grandstream’s leading edge enterprise and residential phones as a Metaswitch Certified product for our customers,” said Stefan Knight, vice president of strategic alliances at Metaswitch Networks. “In particular, with the growing success of Hosted PBX deployments, service providers are looking for a complete solution for their business customers.”
Grandstream GXP Series of enterprise SIP telephones provides excellent voice clarity, a comprehensive set of advanced call features, multi-language support, security protection, automated provisioning, and broad compatibility with leading SIP platforms. Feature rich, auto-provisionable for mass deployment, and competitively priced, the GXP Series supports a broad range of codecs, security protection, PoE, dual 10/100mbps Ethernet ports and are management friendly.
As a multimedia CPE endpoint certified for Metaswitch customers, the GXV3140 allows consumers and SMBs to harness the full power and cost-effectiveness of VoIP. With a 4.3” digital color LCD screen, the ‘always-on’ GXV3140 has an integrated web browser giving convenient, one-touch access to personalized RSS feeds of real-time online information services (news updates, stock updates, weather forecasts, directory searches, etc.), thousands of Internet radio stations, social networking sites (Facebook, Twitter) and popular streaming Internet entertainment sites like YouTube and Last.fm.