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Aastra Introduces two Entry Level phones to their SIP product lineup


From the press release:

Aastra Phones

Two new models added to the 67xi Series portfolio offering more choice to users.

Designed to deliver enterprise-grade advanced features and performance normally found at higher price points, the Model 6730i and Model 6731i SIP phones share the same powerful, open-standards firmware design found on all Aastra 67xi telephones. Offering up to 6 lines with call appearances, full duplex speakerphones, intercom, paging and auto answer features as well as XML browser capabilities, these SIP phones are ideally suited for regular telephone usage in small and large business environments as well as enterprise and home-based applications. These models, featuring a slightly smaller design footprint than other 67xi Series phones, are fully compatible with Aastra’s IP-PBX Key System, the AastraLink ProTM 160.

Please click here to view the data sheets on these two models.

The 6731i telephone, which is available now, is unmatched in the market place for its small desk foot print, price and performance. The product features a Dual 10/100 Mbps switched Ethernet ports (LAN and PC ports) with Power over Ethernet (POE) support, TLS and STRP security, as well as the full range of features offered in the Aastra 2.x SIP firmware release. The lower priced 6730i, which can be ordered now with an expected ship date of April, offers similar features as the 6731i but comes equipped with a single 10/100 Mbps Ethernet port without POE support.

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