May 21, 2008 – Sydney Convention and Exposition Center (May 20, 2008) - Grandstream Networks, a recognized leading manufacturer of next-generation IP voice, video and IP-PBX products, today announced the release of a new 1-line SIP phone, the GXP280, created to meet the needs of the Small Office, Home Office market. This new product has been crafted with the same competitive feature set of the GXP Enterprise series to provide the SOHO market a most attractive telephony solution.
The GXP280 delivers superior audio quality, comprehensive telephony features, automated provisioning, security protection for privacy and broad interoperability with most 3rd party SIP devices, gateways and leading soft-switch platforms. It is a very costeffective choice for a SOHO user needing a feature rich yet affordable 1-line SIP phone. The product has 1 line appearance with FLASH to handle 2 simultaneous calls, dual switched 10M/100Mbps Ethernet ports, a 128 x 32 pixel graphical LCD with support for multiple languages (including English, Spanish, German, French, etc), 3 XML programmable context sensitive soft keys, and headset jacks (both 2.5mm and RJ9 jack). Like the other models in the GXP IP phone series, the
product is equipped with high fidelity wideband audio and a full-duplex speakerphone with advanced acoustic echo cancellation. The GXP280 is outfitted with SRTP, is wall mountable, and can also be automatically provisioned for mass deployment.
“We are very excited to announce the GXP280, the newest member of our popular GXP family of IP phones”, said David Li, CEO of Grandstream Networks. “The GXP280 is built on the same solid hardware platform and field proven stable code base as all the other popular IP phones in the GXP
series. Its new stylish design, high quality audio, rich telephony features and unrivaled price point will make this product a top contender in IP phone solutions for the SOHO market.”
The GXP280 supports a number of advanced telephony features including hold, mute, transfer, forward, 3-way conference, downloadable phone book (XML, LDAP up to 200 items), XML customization of screen, call waiting, call log, off-hook auto dial, auto answer, click-to-dial, downloadable ringtones, server redundancy and fail-over support, as well as security protection (SRTP and AES based secure configuration file).
The product successor is GXP1610
(1 SIP accounts), GXP1620
(2 SIP accounts) and PoE GXP1625
(2 SIP accounts, PoE)