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  • 7 August '14
  • Category, Toshiba

5000-Series

toshiba

Desktop and mobile devices to match diverse business communications needs

When selecting phones for your facility, you want to make sure everybody gets the features they need, but not more than they would ever use. You want your power users to have powerful capabilities, but there’s need to buy feature-rich phones for light users or drop-in workstations that will rarely be occupied.

That’s why Toshiba offers such a broad range of choice in phones. The first step to narrowing down your selection is to consider the type of phone system to which the endpoints will connect:

  • For a pure IP system, such as Toshiba’s IPedge® system or VIPedge® cloud-based telephone solution, you would use IP endpoints, such as Toshiba’s 5000-Series IP Telephones.
  • With free, downloadable apps, you can use your smartphone as an extension of the business phone system.
  • For <a href="http://www.telecom.toshiba.com/Products/Strata-CIX-IP-Telephone- Systems.cfm">Toshiba’s Strata® CIX™ system, which supports both digital and IP communications, you can choose either digital or IP endpoints depending on user requirements.
  • For organizations looking to extend the usefulness of a legacy digital PBX, there are cost-effective digital endpoints, such as Toshiba’s 5000-Series digital telephones.
  • For any phone system, analog telephones can be used for backup, ready to connect directly to analog trunks if the IP-PBX or IP network connection is unavailable.
  • Choose a wireless handset or mobile phone such as Toshiba’s IP4100 SIP DECT wireless phones. The IP4100 DECT is the latest solution for mobility in the SMB market. DECT Technology offers: high quality voice and less interference.
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