Saturday, June 10, 2006

Mitel launches two new phones

After getting beat up a bit in the market for not having any middle of the road 'DESI-less' IP phones, Mitel has introduced their new 5330 and 5340 IP phones. The new phones are attractively designed and will definately help Mitel stand out in the market.

Mitel phones have offered excellent sound quality in their previous models. Looking to raise the bar in audio quality, Mitel has added wide band audio support to both phones. The key is in the new handsets which can operate at 7 Khz.

As typical with all Mitel phones the new phones offer a high quality and solid feel.

Mitel 5330 - No backlight

Mitel 5340 - backlight

Both phones offer the following features:
  • Large graphics display (160 x 320)
  • 24 on 5330 and 48 on 5340 Programmable, multi-function, self-labeling keys, provided in three pages of 16 keys each (for one-touch access to speed calls, line appearances, features)
  • Wideband Audio Support – ships with a wideband handset (7kz) standard
  • Peripherals and modules support: Line Interface Module, IP Conference Unit, Wireless LAN Stand, Gigabit Ethernet Stand
  • 13 fixed function keys: Hold, Settings, Message, Speaker, Mute, Transfer / Conference, Redial, Cancel, Volume/Ringing/Contrast Up & Down, Home Page, Previous Page, Next Page
  • Six (5340) or Three (5330) context-sensitive softkeys for intuitive feature access
  • HTML Desktop Toolkit included for Applications development
  • PC Companion Application for easy user programming and key labeling
  • Dual mode phone: support for SIP and MiNET protocols
  • Handsfree speakerphone operation (full duplex)
  • Dual port IP phone (10/100 Mb integrated Ethernet switch)
  • Language Support: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch
  • 802.3af power compliant (IEEE Standard)
  • Supports IEEE 802.1p/q for Voice Quality of Service
  • Designed for power conservation: reduces power consumption for overall energy savings

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