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SIP Phone

The XPsip home/business phone is a premier SIP telephone product. Technology that leverages the global success of IP networking and the rapid adoption of IP technology in worldwide IP deployments.

The XPsip phone can be used as a home or business phone, it has a pixel based graphic display, speakerphone and headset port. Stylish and functional in design the phone can be used in any residential or business environment. The phone boasts of market leading technology and manufacturing proficiency to deliver a high quality SIP telephone unparalleled in value and support.

The phone was designed for maximum productivity and efficiency in the everyday business or home environment. 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. On certain phones the graphical display can be used for video receiving.






Technical data:

  • Next-generation enterprise SIP phone
  • Superb audio quality and rich feature functionality
  • Dual RJ-45 10/100Mbps ports 
  • XML programmable context sensitive soft keys
  • Handsfree speaker phone with advanced echo cancellation
  • 1 year warranty against hardware defects
  • Advanced Digital Signal Processing (DSP) to ensure superb hi-fidelity audio quality
    with patent pending adaptive jitter buffer control, packet delay and loss concealment technology


Equipment you will need:

  • Broadband Connection: DSL, cable modem, or other high-speed Internet connection
  • An Ethernet network card with a RJ45 connector.
  • Router (optional): To share your broadband connection with more than one device. A router is not necessary if you only use one computer.


NOTE: If you currently use a USB connection between your computer and your Cable/DSL modem for your Internet connection, you will need to upgrade to an Ethernet connection. This may require you to purchase and install a Network Interface Card (NIC) for your computer.



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