Grandstream Networks has announced a new series of carrier-grade IP phones, the GRP2600 series. The phones have zero-touch features built in for safe mass deployment and easy use.
The phones have a thin and ergonomic design, and should support a better user experience, UC Today knows. The series focuses on enterprise users and service providers who need high quality and secure phones.
The series starts with four models: the GRP2612P, GRP2612, GRP2613 and GRP2614.
The devices come with an option to easily adjust the logo and various next-gen functions such as bluetooth, wifi and LCD screens.
Also, all phones have zero provisioning thanks to the cloud platform of Grandstream Networks, GDMS. This solution is still available as a beta, but will be rolled out across the board in the coming months. The solution provides a secure and centralized interface for managing large deployments.
The security of the phones is further guaranteed by secure boot, any standard password, a unique security certificate and encrypted data storage. There is also support for large voice codes, such as Opus, G.711, G.722 and G.723.
As mentioned before, there are four models, which come with their own options in addition to the general functions. For example, the GRP2612 and GRP2612P get four multi-target buttons, two SIP accounts, a 4-inch colour LCD display, and up to sixteen virtual, multifunction buttons. Also, the devices have dual switched 10/100Mbps ports.
The GRP2613 in turn comes with Dual Gigabit ports, integrated PoE and three SIP accounts. The screen on this phone is with 8 inch slightly larger, and there are also more virtual, multifunctional keys. It’s about 24 of them. In addition, there are six multi-purpose line keys.
The last phone in the series is the GRP2614. This version comes with dual LCD displays, eight expansion keys and up to 40 virtual multi-purpose keys. There is also integrated dual-band WiFi, dual gigabit and integrated PoE. This version comes with support for four PSI accounts.This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.