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TMCNet:  snom 7xx series IP Phones Now Interoperable with Epygi Quadro IP PBX Family; Award-winning desktop phones and IP PBXs combine to provide resellers and end users with an affordable, feature-rich, complete telephony solution

[January 28, 2013]

snom 7xx series IP Phones Now Interoperable with Epygi Quadro IP PBX Family; Award-winning desktop phones and IP PBXs combine to provide resellers and end users with an affordable, feature-rich, complete telephony solution

(M2 PressWIRE Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) London, UK -- snom technology AG, a leading developer of IP desktop phones and communications solutions, announced today that the snom 7xx series of desktop IP phones are now interoperable with Epygi Technologies full line of Quadro IP PBX products. The snom 710, 720 and 760 endpoints can now be auto provisioned through Epygi Quadro IP PBXs, enabling quick and easy installation and no-hassle management directly from the PBX. The snom 7xx series joins the following snom models currently certified with the Epygi Quadro IP PBX portfolio: the snom 300, snom 320, snom 370, snom 821 and snom 870 desktop phones; the snom M9 cordless DECT handset; the snom Meeting Point conference phone; and the snom PA1 public announcement system.

Epygis interoperability with the snom 7xx series reinforces Epygi and snoms long-standing interoperability partnership, says Epygi CEO Mario Cuello. The pairing of our IP PBX systems with snoms new series of business phones provides resellers and end customers alike with an affordable and feature-rich telephony solution.

Combining the snom 7xx series phones with Epygi Quadro IP PBXs gives small and medium-size businesses (SMBs) a complete and affordable end-to-end voice solution. Value Added Resellers (VARs) will appreciate seamless auto provisioning and quick deployment with Epygi Quadro. Epygi customers will gain access to snoms newest family of desktop phones, offering a full range of price points and features to meet any business requirement and budget.

The snom 7xx series meets the needs of businesses looking for reliable, high functioning, stylish VoIP phones, said Dr. Michael Knieling, snom technology AG Chief Operating Officer. Our ongoing commitment to interoperability with Epygi blends snoms best-of-breed SIP endpoints with Epygis award-winning IP PBX family, creating a value driven, telephony solution for businesses and resellers.

The snom 7xx series VoIP telephones utilise snoms eighth generation Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) firmware, which allows interoperability with a wide variety of SIP-based IP PBXs and softswitches used in small and large office environments worldwide.

About Epygi Technologies Epygi Technologies, Ltd., a worldwide provider of award-winning IP PBXs, gateways and audio/video conference servers supporting small businesses to enterprise's telephony needs, is a private US company founded in 2000 and has its headquarters in Plano, Texas. Reliable, secure, and easy to install and use, the Epygi products offer users outstanding benefits and an unparalleled range of features at very economic prices. Customers are able to improve their productivity, lower operating expenses, enhance their image and while affording the latest in telecommunications equipment.

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About snom snom technology AG develops and manufactures VoIP telephones and related equipment based on the IETF open standard, SIP (Session Initiation Protocol). Recognised for its high-quality, customisable and cost-effective business solutions, snom is also differentiated by the companys history in the VoIP industry and its dedication to high security standards. All of snoms endpoints are designed to be fully interoperable with leading communications equipment vendors. snom customers benefit from the interoperability and flexibility that the snom telephones offer, including plug-and-play integration and universal compatibility with any SIP-based telephony platform. In September 2011, the snom 300 and the snom 821 were the first SIP phones which were officially tested and qualified as interoperable with Microsoft Lync by Microsoft.

Founded in 1996 and headquartered in Berlin, Germany, snom technology AG also has offices in Italy, France, the United Kingdom and the US.

For more information on snom, please visit www.snom.com; follow us on Twitter; like us on Facebook; join our LinkedIn group; or add us on Google+.

Media Contacts snom UK Joe Richards Aspectus PR +44 (0) 20 7242 8867 snom@aspectuspr.com snom Global Christian Baier Heike Cantzler snom technology AG +49-30-39833-103/106 christian.baier@snom.com heike.cantzler@snom.com Epygi Kelly Carden Epygi Technologies, Ltd.

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