Linux-based VoIP phones support Exchange Server services

06 November 2006

Snom says its Linux-based VoIP (voice-over-IP) phones support Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, using the SIP (session initiation protocol) standard. The company will demonstrate the capability at conferences this week in Germany and Spain.

Snom says that its phones offer one-button access to Exchange Server 2007's unified communications services such as voice mail, speech recognition, and voice synthesis of emails, journal entries, contact data, and calendar entries. Additionally, the SIP protocol offers a "complex, protected, and unassailable communications infrastructure," it claims.

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