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Manufacturer Part No: Snom 370
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Snom 370 - Main Features:
- Tiltable high-definition graphical display (240 x 128 pixels)
- Call indication LED
- 47 keys, 13 LEDs
- 12 programmable function keys
- 2 x IEEE 802.3 10/100 Mbps switch
- Power over Ethernet
- Multiple audio device support
- Expansion module with 42 programmable function keys
- SIP RFC3261
- Security: SIPS/SRTP, TLS
- STUN, ENUM, NAT, ICE
- Codecs: G.711, G.729A, G.723.1, G.722, G.726, GSM 6.10 (full rate)
- National Language Support
- XML driven mini-Browser
The Snom 370 is the VoIP phone for the business user who needs immediate access to all of their important information. With the large graphical, high-definition display, the Snom 370 offers an improved and extended presentation of call lists, address books and caller information. Caller information can be customized easily through XML to depict the information the user wants displayed. Through the mini browser, users can have direct access to their own applications via the display screen. Users can not only customize the design of the display but, also view news tickers and other information as well as access central or public phone directories. The large LED (red) announces incoming calls.
More flexibility and productivity for your everyday work life. Snom 370's improved interface guarantees ease of use and comfort. Context-sensitive menus offer additional options according to individual requirements. The Snom 370 supports several audio devices simultaneously, for example, it is possible to use the handset or headset and the loudspeaker concurrently.
More performance through expanded memory. The Snom 370 offers more additional customer-oriented functionalities and applications. The expanded memory capacity enables the depiction of graphics and high resolution pictures to show the status of contacts (e. g., busy, on-line, off-line) similar to Instant Messenger. It is also possible to play music and media files and to integrate applications like VPN for increased security. Afraid of unwanted listeners, data theft or spam calls? To avoid problems with unwanted violations of your audio data, the Snom 370 supports the security standards TLS (Transport Layer Security), SRTP, and SIP which are necessary to protect against electronic eavesdropping and data theft.
Compatible with Microsoft Lync.
Snom 370 Specifications
Snom 370 - General Features
Dimensions: approx. 25 x 20 x 13.5 cm
Weight: approx. 1000 g
Safety: IEC 60950-1:2001, CB Test Certificate: DE 2-008417
Certifications: FCC Class B, CE Mark
Power consumption: 2.6 2.8 watts
Snom 370 - Connectors
1 x LAN, 1 x PC: RJ45 (Ethernet)
Power: 5 V DC
Ethernet: 2 x IEEE 802.3 10/100 Mbps switch
Power over Ethernet: IEEE 802.3af, Class 1
Handset: RJ11 connector
Headset: RJ11 connector
Expansion Module: Proprietary snom connector
Snom 370 - User Interface
240 x 128 pixels, tiltable grayscale graphical display, backlit
47 keys, 12 programmable function keys with LEDs (54 with the expansion module)
Call indication LED
Caller-ID (with picture display)
Message waiting indication LED
Address book (250 entries)
Address book import/export
Local dial plan
Lists of missed, received and dialed calls (100 entries each)
Call waiting indication
Clock, daylight saving, call-timer
Call blocking (deny list)
Blocking of anonymous calls
Handling of up to 12 calls simultaneously
Menu-driven user interface
Ring tone selection, import of individual ring tones
URL Dialing support
National language support for selected languages (NLS)
Do not disturb
Speakerphone (full duplex)
Auto answer mode
Snom 370 - Call Features
Blind transfer, attended transfer
Music-on-hold support (only via PBX)
Conferencing (3-way conference bridge on phone)
Call park, call pickup (only via PBX)
Client Matter Code (CMC)
Call waiting/switching between calls
RTP multicast paging
Multiple audio device support
Snom 370 - Web Server
Embedded web server HTTP/HTTPS
Easy configuration of the phone, remote configuration
Dial from web interface
Diagnostics (tracing, logging, syslog)
Snom 370 - Security, Quality of Service
Transport Layer Security (TLS)
SRTP (RFC3711), SIPS
VLAN (802.1 pq)
Snom 370 - Codecs, Audio
G.711 A-law, -law
G.729A, G.723.1, G.726
GSM 6.10 (full rate)
Comfort noise, voice activity detection
Snom 370 - SIP
UDP, TCP and TLS
Loose routing and strict routing support
Reliability of provisional responses (RFC3262)
Early media support
DNS SRV (RFC3263), redundant server support
Message Waiting Indication (RFC3842), subscription for MWI events (RFC3265)
Dialog-state monitoring (RFC 4235)
In-band DTMF/out-of-band DTMF/ SIP INFO DTMF
STUN client (NAT traversal)
ENUM (RFC3261), NAPTR (RFC2915), rport (RFC3581), REFER (RFC3515)
Event list subscription support (RFC4662)
Bridged line appearance (BLA)
Auto provisioning with PnP
Busy lamp field support (BLF)
Snom 370 - Installation
Automatic software update
Automatic settings retrieval via HTTP/HTTPS/TFTP
Installation via web interface
Static IP provisioning, DHCP
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