Grandstream expands GRP series of carrier-grade IP phones

Grandstream has expanded its GRP series of carrier-grade IP phones with the release of four new models. The company said its GRP2600 series of essential IP phones provides simple-to-use, affordable desktop IP Phones with sleek designs and next-generation features including five-way voice conferencing, HD audio on both the speaker and handset, dual-band Wi-Fi support, and swappable faceplates.

The company said the new models are built for the needs of on-site or remote workers and designed for easy mass deployment by enterprises, service providers and other high-volume markets. The essential line of the GRP series of carrier-grade IP phones includes the GRP2601, GRP2602, GRP2603 and GRP2604.

All GRP series models offer carrier-grade security features to provide enterprise-level security, including secure boot, dual firmware images, encrypted data storage, and random default password. For cloud provisioning and centralised management, the GRP series is supported by Grandstream’s Device Management System (GDMS), which runs on AWS with 99.99 per cent reliability and provides a secure interface to configure, provision, manage and monitor large deployments of Grandstream endpoints.

The GRP2600 Series of Carrier-Grade Essential IP Phones are available now in the UK via BNS Distribution, with Grandstream setting suggested retail prices between £51 and £95, depending on the model selected.

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