Avaya announces a new VOIP phone on steriods in its one-X line.
The one-X Deskphone is designed by Avaya Labs (formerly part of Bell Labs) and Ideo. The IP phone features high-fidelity audio with twice the frequency range of standard phones. Good move why stick to 3.3kHz sound spectrum if you go VOIP.
The connectivity of the one-X Deskphone includes USB, Bluetooth and WiFi.
An application-style interface enables you to make use of the advanced features like transfer a whole conference call, mute someone on the opposite end of the call, look up any name with a few key presses, bridge a call to your cell phone in the middle of the conversation or get meeting notifications. The Avaya phone can also be expanded with 3rd party applications via the Wireless Markup Language (WML).
The Avaya one-X Deskphone Edition is comprised of a new 9600 Series of IP telephones. The first two one-X Deskphone Edition phones will be generally available in July 2006, with other models to be introduced in January 2007.
More details on the Avaya site and in this press-release (Thanks Ted M.).
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