First Look at Grandstream's New Skype-enabled Video Phone

Latest multimedia phone supports SIP-based as well as Skype video calls.

By VoipPlanet.com Staff | Posted Nov 30, 2010
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"The Grandstream GXV3140 is the latest release from Grandstream’s video telecommunications line, and is quite an upgrade to the previously released GXV3000 series. The GXV3140 is the first dual stack desktop multimedia phone from any manufacturer to be compatible with both native Skype and SIP open standards for free voice and video calling," writes VoIP Insider's Joe Shanahan.

"As Grandstream puts it: 'We are extremely happy to share with our worldwide customers that Grandstream’s GXV3140 is the first desktop multimedia phone to be compatible with both Skype and SIP open standards for free voice and video calling. What this means is consumers and enterprise customers can use Skype to send and receive free video calls between their computers, mobile devices and Grandstream’s GXV3140.' This is very exciting stuff for the ever-increasing video telecommunications market," Shanahan writes.

Click the link below to read the full overview:
Grandstream GXV3140 Overview

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