Grandstream Adds New Executive-Quality Model to the GRP Series of Carrier-Grade IP Phones

Grandstream, connecting the world with award-winning communications solutions since 2002, today announced the release of the GRP2670, the newest member of the GRP series of Professional Carrier-Grade IP Phones. The new GRP2670 is an executive-quality IP phone that provides a suite of high-end features including support for 12-lines and 6 SIP accounts, a 7-inch (1024×600) touch screen, built-in dual-band Wi-Fi, integrated Bluetooth, and more. Ideal for executives, receptionists and other high-volume users, the GRP2670 provides a sleek, powerful device with zero-touch provisioning for mass deployment and easy management.

The GRP2670’s 7-inch touch screen provides a seamless experience thanks to 64 virtual multi-purpose keys (VPKs) that make it easy for users to communicate while monitoring presence. It also supports Grandstream’s GBX20 extension model, which offers up to 40 contacts per module and up 160 contacts by connecting 4 extension modules. Built-in Bluetooth allows users to pair Bluetooth headsets with the GRP2670 for hands-free use, while integrated support for dual-band Wi-Fi provides flexibility and convenience. By adding enterprise-level security protection including secure boot, dual firmware images, and encrypted data storage, the GRP2670 is the perfect choice for service providers, enterprises and small-to-medium businesses.

The GRP2670 becomes the newest member of Grandstream’s GRP series of Carrier-Grade IP Phones, which are designed to offer simple mass deployment and easy-management paired with next-generation features. The GRP series is compatible with the Grandstream Device Management System (GDMS) to provide centralized provisioning and deployment. Specific features on these new models include:

• 12 lines, 6 SIP accounts;
• Supported by GDMS which provides a centralized interface to configure, provision, manage and monitor Grandstream devices;
• 7-inch (1024×600) capacitive touch screen;
• Full-duplex speakerphone with HD audio to maximize audio quality and clarity;
• Equipped with noise shield technology to minimize background noise;
• Dual switched auto-sensing 10/100/1000Mbps Gigabit Ethernet ports with integrated PoE;
• Integrated Bluetooth support;
• Swappable faceplate to allow for easy logo customization;
• Integrated dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4Ghz & 5Ghz).

Pricing and Availability
The GRP2670 is generally available now for purchase through Grandstream’s worldwide distribution channels at a suggested retail price of $269 USD.

About Grandstream

Grandstream Networks, Inc. (grandstream.com) has been connecting the world since 2002 with SIP Unified Communications products and solutions that allow businesses to be more productive than ever before. Our award-winning solutions serve the small-to-medium business and enterprises markets and have been recognized throughout the world for their quality, reliability and innovation. Grandstream solutions lower communication costs, increase security protection and enhance productivity. Their open standard SIP-based products offer broad interoperability throughout the industry, along with unrivaled features and flexibility.

Source: NewswireToday

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