Snom IP Phone Reviews 2019 – SIP Endpoint Innovation
5 of Snom’s finest endpoints
Founded in 1996, SNOM is a German Telecommunications company that manufactures VoIP Telephones and accessories that are designed to help improve collaboration, efficiency and staff performance in a wide variety of businesses across the globe.
As one of the world’s leading developers of IP-based Telco products, we decided to include Snom in our IP Endpoint Series and do a review of the top 5 endpoint solutions they had to offer, covering everything from innovative and cost-effective desktop phones to Industrial-grade, reliable DECT phones and top-of-the-line conference calling solutions.
The Snom M85 Industrial Handset Telephone is the brand’s latest DECT phone designed to deliver robust and reliable communications support to businesses operating in industrial work environments such as warehouses, factory floors and construction sites. Durable, resilient and ideal for keeping teams connected throughout the working day.
The Snom D745 Desk Telephone is a user-friendly, cost effective IP endpoint solution that features an impressive dual display screen for quick access to an abundance of innovative call features and delivers outstanding HD audio to add crystal clear clarity to every call.
The Snom D345 Desk Telephone is a reliable, user-friendly IP phone that delivers cutting-edge calling features, a high-resolution dual display and offers great flexibility and versatile deployment options, making it an ideal solution for SMEs and contact centre environments.
The Snom C520 WiMi Conference Phone uses advanced DECT and Bluetooth technology to deliver and outstanding conference calling solutions that provides high-quality HD sound for ultimate voice clarity through every call.
The Snom A100M Headset is lightweight, comfortable and delivers impeccable HD sound quality during every call to ensure users never misinterpret information or miss out on important details.
Where can I get more information?
For more information on the Snom endpoints range, take a look at the Snom homepage.