USA: ADTRAN Inc. announced the addition of four new IP phones to its industry-leading VoIP portfolio. ADTRAN’s expanded VoIP portfolio, including the VVX 300, VVX 310, VVX 400, and the VVX 410 - featuring Polycom Powered technology - can be deployed on both hosted- or premises-based communications networks.
This enables service providers and resellers the flexibility to deliver an advanced end-to-end communications solution for enterprise customers looking to adopt next-generation voice, video and unified communications (UC) solutions.
As businesses work to operate more efficiently, many are looking for more powerful communication tools to enable them to streamline their processes. To address this growing need, ADTRAN is delivering a complete IP voice and video endpoint portfolio.
As the new phones combine the flexibility of ADTRAN’s NetVanta UC call control, enterprises can upgrade to the latest and most advanced VoIP technologies while maintaining the way they communicate within their business. This gives enterprise customers a broader set of endpoints to meet their business needs while keeping the same ease of installation and single vendor support they have come to expect.
The new endpoints offer the total solution that service providers seek when selling hosted services today. The VVX 300/310 and the VVX 400/410 deliver intuitive user interfaces and have the ability to interact with third party web applications. Their uses range from the entry-level business media phone for today’s knowledge worker to mid-range phone with advanced call-handling ideal for the busy call center agent.
“ADTRAN’s unique market position in both UC call control for the premises and IP business gateways for hosted voice services gives us unique insight into our customer’s communications needs,” said Bob Locklear, director of product management for ADTRAN’s Enterprise Networks division. “Combined with flexible deployment options, these new endpoints can reach more customers and add to a complete IP phone portfolio that meets the needs of today’s unified communications applications.”