announces the completion of interoperability between the snom m9 cordless DECT phone and BroadSoft's BroadWorks hosted Unified Communications platform. The snom m9 has completed interoperability testing with BroadWorks Release 18.SP1.
snom's m9 is now available to BroadSoft's more than 500 global telecommunications service provider customers in order to deliver enhanced, personalized communications and entertainment services to their businesses and residential subscribers. BroadSoft serves 18 of the top 25 largest telecommunications service providers, based on revenue, in more than 65 countries. With the completion of interoperability testing, BroadWorks powered end-users can benefit from the latest features and functionality when choosing a snom m9 DECT phone for their business.
"snom is committed to interoperability with a broad array of SIP-based platforms and is pleased to have completed the recent testing with BroadWorks," said Michael Knieling, chief operating officer of snom technology AG. "BroadSoft is at the forefront of the IP telephony industry and offers a mature, reliable platform, so we are extremely pleased to make our snom m9 cordless DECT phone widely available to BroadSoft customers around the globe."
The snom m9 combines snom's highly-interoperable IP communications firmware with an advanced DECT handset, giving business users an affordable, cordless VoIP phone. The m9 offers interference-free communication through a dedicated DECT frequency band, provides 100+ hours of stand-by battery time, features wideband audio, supports up to nine handsets and four simultaneous calls per base station and delivers superior speech quality, demanded by small business and residential users alike.
Standard features include hands-free mode and calling line identification, as well as typical mobile phone features, such as an on-board address book, calendar, calculator and alarm functions. Advanced features include IPv6 support, voice encryption, pre-installed security and color picture caller ID. The snom m9 is also fully functional in any open standard SIP environment.
Additional products in the snom portfolio will complete interoperability testing with BroadWorks in the coming months.