snom technology AG, provider of voice over IP (VoIP) phones for enterprise and residential markets, announced that the snom 300, has been tested by Microsoft Corp. for interoperability with Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2.
They further stated that the qualification confirms the snom 300 as the first general purpose SIP phone tested to work with Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2.
The snom 300 is a Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) phone in a family of SIP Phones by snom. The adherence to standards-based protocol makes the snom 300 interoperable with Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2, and many other systems like Asterisk by Digium, while also retaining all of its standards-based SIP features.
“We have been keenly focused on interoperability in all our products since our inception, so integrating the snom 300 and its fourth generation SIP firmware with Office Communications Server 2007 R2, one of the fastest growing business unified communications platforms in the world, was natural for us, To have Microsoft test the snom 300 represents a promising first step, and we look forward to working together to accelerate the deployment of Microsoft OCS across enterprise office environments in the coming months.” said Dr. Christian Stredicke, founder and ceo, snom technology.
“Microsoft is pleased to have snom join the rapidly-growing set of companies delivering hardware and software products that are compatible with Microsoft Lync 2010,Our customers benefit from the innovation, choice and value that only a truly open approach can provide. ”followed Warren Barkley, director of product engineering, Microsoft Lync.
The snom 300 is the company’s most widely-deployed IP-based desktop business phone, providing traditional business telephony functions in addition to advanced functionality such as multiple lines, programmable keys, backup failover line identities, low power consumption, maintaining superior voice quality at a reasonable price.