Grandstream Brings Android Smartphone Technology to the Desktop

Google’s mobile operating system, Android, is one of the most powerful and popular open source mobile operating system in the world right now. The smart phone technology has a lot to offer when it comes to user customizability and performance tuning. There are a lot of companies worldwide who have altered the operating system according to their needs. Today, another company has announced that it has built a generic product on Android which can be customized further to suit customer needs.

Grandstream Networks, the leading manufacturer of IP voice/video telephony and video surveillance solutions, has come up with a new product which puts the familiarity of the mobile operating system and its power to a desktop computer. The GXP2200 Enterprise Application Phone for Android is the product in question. This new desktop smart HD phone is the company’s first SIP phone, and also, one of the very few IP phones in the world which run on Android. The key features of the IP phone are as follows:

  • Android operating system 2.3 (Gingerbread) based, with access to tremendous 3rd party applications (such as Skype, Google Voice, Microsoft Lync client, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Pandora, Yahoo Flickr, Google Calendar, Angry Birds, weather, news, etc.)
  • 6-lines with up to 6 SIP accounts
  • 480×272 capacitive touchscreen TFT color LCD with multi-touch control
  • Wideband HD audio, with support for most of the popular voice codec (G.722/G.711/G.729/etc.), audio codec (AAC/MP3/WMA/Real/etc.), video codec (H.264/H.263/MPEG4 decoding), and video streaming from mobile phones/IP video phones/IP cameras (such as Grandstream’s GXV31xx series video phones and GXV35xx/36xx series IP surveillance cameras)
  • Dual Gigabit Ethernet ports (10/100/1000 Mbps) with integrated PoE
  • Integrated Bluetooth for phonebook/data exchange and call transfer with Bluetooth enabled mobile phones and Bluetooth headsets
  • USB and SD port for applications/photos loading and call recording
  • 6-way conferencing, large phonebook of up to 1000 contacts, and up to 500 call records
  • Up to 4 cascaded extension modules with LCD display supported
  • Advanced security and privacy protection using HTTPS, TLS, SRTP, AES
  • Electronic Hook Switch (EHS) support for Plantronics handsets
  • Integrated Webkit based high performance Web browser
  • Advanced SDK/API for custom application development and deployment control
  • 11 native languages supported

Are you interested in buying this for your organization? Well, this link will give you more info on the product.

Source: GrandStream

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