Enterprise Networking: Digium Launches Line of IP Handsets

 
 
By P. J. Connolly  |  Posted 2012-02-02
 
 
 

For Everyday Use by Everyday Users

The entry-level D40 supports one or two lines, and is designed for the broadest range of use cases, where employees are occasionally on the phone.

For Everyday Use by Everyday Users

Simple and Inexpensive

At $129 MSRP, the D40 is affordable and useful for a broad range of applications; it offers four feature keys, for holding a call, messages, redial and transfer functions.

Simple and Inexpensive

At-a-Glance Speed Dial for the Middle of the Market

The midrange D50 supports up to four lines and includes a panel with 10 rapid-dial/busy lamp field keys; the D50 is designed for workers who are on the phone for much of their day.

At-a-Glance Speed Dial for the Middle of the Market

A Serious Phone for Serious Work

At $179, the D50 combines flexibility with affordability, without presenting the user with more features than desired; it adds feature keys for conferencing and information to the basic set.

A Serious Phone for Serious Work

Digiums D70 Pulls Out the Stops

The top-of-the-line D70 supports up to six lines, but adds an LCD screen to the rapid-dial/busy lamp keys; this allows users to page through their most important contacts, up to 100.

Digiums D70 Pulls Out the Stops

A Power Phone for Powerful People

The $279 price tag on the D70 means that most organizations will be buying these for executives and senior managers, or extremely specialized roles in the organization.

A Power Phone for Powerful People

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