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Linux VoIP phone targets the enterprise

Aug 11, 2004 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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Snom has released a Linux-based VoIP phone for small- and medium-sized enterprises. The “high-end affordable” Snom 220 offers international language support, including Asian languages, and many advanced features such as 16-bit audio, call waiting indication, call intrusion, call divert, call park, call pick-up, music-on-hold, and… more.

Find out all the details about Snom's new top-of-the-line Linux based VoIP phone in our complete Device Profile.

Read Device Profile of Snom 220


 
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