VoIP handset with drag-and-drop touchscreen
by David Masters
January 29, 2009
German VoIP telephone maker, snom technology AG, will showcase the world’s first touchscreen VoIP handset with drag-and-drop functionality at this year’s CeBIT tradeshow, 3-8 March 2009.
The snom 870 incorporates an intuitive drag-and-drop interface, the company said, enabling the user to easily connect calls and set up telephone conferences.
Conference calls are created by simply dragging and dropping the button icons of contacts onto the relevant area of the display.
Snom will also be exhibiting its entire VoIP product suite at CeBIT, including the MeetingPoint model, snom’s first VoIP conference handset.
With partners Addix, Escaux Vertico Software, and CREALOGIX Communication, snom will use CeBIT as an opportunity to demonstrate a comprehensive overview of possible applications for its VoIP technology.
This includes cost effective solutions for home office use, sophisticated systems for large companies and call centres, and terminal devices with business functions suited to mid-sized and larger firms.
Security experts will also be on hand to answer questions on security and data protection in VoIP telephony.
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