Grandstream, the award-winning supplier of unified communications, has announced that their new WP810 Cordless WiFi IP Phone is now is fully interoperable with Cisco’s BroadWorks Platform. Thanks to this compliancy, service providers and enterprises using BroadWorks can now seamlessly deploy Grandstream’s WP810 to offer mobile IP telephony and roaming throughout any location with WiFi coverage.
The WP810 is a powerful yet affordable WiFi IP phone that offers seamless roaming and advanced features to suit a variety of vertical market applications, including enterprise, retail, logistics, healthcare and security. It features dual-band 802.11ac WiFi with sophisticated antenna design and advanced roaming support. The WP810 offers more than 6-hour talk time thanks to a rechargeable battery, crystal clear HD voice with dual-MICs, and a configurable push-to-talk button for instant communication. This cordless WiFi IP phone offers significant cost-savings and scalability for large volume deployments and provides a competitive upgrade or replacement of legacy DECT solutions. It joins the WP820, the other member of the WP series, which is also compliant with BroadWorks.
With the certification of their WP810, Grandstream’s full portfolio of IP voice, video and cordless IP Phones are fully interoperable with Cisco’s BroadWorks. Grandstream, a member of the Cisco Solution Partner Program, offers Cisco’s service providers and enterprises a one-stop-shop for all the endpoints needed to build powerful communication solutions. This portfolio includes the GRP series of Carrier-Grade IP Phones, GXP series of IP Phones, GXV series of IP Video Phones for Android™, GVC series of video conferencing systems and devices, GAC2500 Audio Conferencing Phone, WP series WiFi cordless IP phone, DP series of DECT Cordless IP Phones, GXW series of VoIP gateways and HT series of Analog Telephone Adapters (ATAs).