** COMES WITH POWER SUPPLY AND IS POE READY **
Dedicated keys provide you with
direct access to the functions for audio and call control, and
context-sensitive menus offer you the additional functionality that you
may need at any given moment. The graphical display can be tilted for
optimum reading angle. Additional sophisticated call control features, full call detail,
configuration options and online help can be accessed via browser from
the attached PC.
Tiltable graphical display (128x64 pixels)
47 keys, 13 LEDs
12 programmable function keys
Dual Ethernet connection
Power over Ethernet
Additional keypads with 42 programmable function keys
Security: SIPS/SRTP, TLS
STUN, ENUM, NAT, ICE
Codecs: G.711, G.729A, G.723.1, G.722, G.726, GSM 6.10 (Full rate)
National Language Support
Customized ring tones can be downloaded without any hassle from the
web server - including, of course, that catchy ring tone that you like
so much. Incoming calls can be marked with special ring tones to
indicate the destination of the call.
12 programmable keys can be used to customize the functionality
according to your own specific needs. The LED behind the corresponding
function keys can show you whether or not your colleagues are currently
on a call. And of course your colleagues can see whether your line is
free or not.
New! snom 360 mini browser
The new mini browser, embedded in snom's top-of-the-line 360
executive SIP phone, lets users and developers create web-driven,
screen-based telephone applications. Examples include custom
contact-center apps, web-based phone directories, messaging, posting of
news and other info on telephone screens, and more.
To spare you the annoyance of unwanted invasions on your speech
data, the snom 360 supports the security standard SRTP - a current
specification from the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) for
protection against eavesdropping and the stealing of data.
With SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) you are ensuring your own
personal independence. Most vendors are tipping SIP to be the
communication protocol of the future. SIP components can be combined
into a complete system without the need to be tied to a single