TITLE

Siemens Enterprise Communications Unveils New Phones

AUTHOR(S)
Sulkin, Allan
PUB. DATE
December 2006
SOURCE
Business Communications Review;Dec2006, Vol. 36 Issue 12, p61
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Product Review
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the Siemens Enterprise Communications OpenStage IP phone family, which consists of the models OpenStage 20, OpenStage 40, OpenStage 60, and OpenStage 80. The entry-level OpenStage 20 is targeted at common areas and hospital and hotel rooms, with the OpenStage 80 created for top-level managers and executives. The product line's design highlights include variation of materials and colors and user interface control elements, depending on which model is being used. They also offer high-quality acoustics and an ergonomic shape.
ACCESSION #
23452454

 

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