snom 7xx and 8xx Series IP Phones Validated as Interoperable with Clarity VoIP Services

The IP telephony company's 710, 720, 760, 821, and 870 business phones and PA-1 paging adapter pass Clarity Telemanagement validation testing. By ChannelPro

IP telephony innovator snom technology Inc. announced interoperability of its 7xx Series 8xx Series desktop IP phones and PA-1 SIP paging adapter with hosted voice series from Clarity Telemanagement.

In a recent snom press release submitted to ChannelPro-SMB, the company announced its 710, 720, 760, 821, and 870 business phones and PA-1 paging adapter have “successfully passed Clarity’s validation testing process.”

“Hosted phone systems have become a standard component of many businesses today,” adds snom COO Mike Storella. “Hosted VoIP services and standards-based SIP phones like snom’s offer businesses flexibility and easy communication, and significantly lower cost than traditional on-premise setups.”

Clarity Telemanagement, of Lawrenceville, GA., provides advanced VoIP technology services to SMBs, offering a range of products including hosted systems for telephone and mobile solutions.
Clarity’s voice solutions range from an entry level voice and fax ($39.99 monthly plan) to advanced business offerings that include auto attendant, live answering service, call queue management, call recording, voice and fax broadcasting, and live attendant console.

The company also offers SIP trunks, which use VoIP to connect an on-site IP-PBX to the Public Switched Telephone Network, enabling the convergence of voice and data on a single IP connection.

“Clarity Telemanagement is proud to be affiliated with and solely recommend the entire snom series of IP desktop phones for over five years and counting,” says George Burkhart, co-founder and partner at Clarity Telemanagement. “Affordability, flexibility, scalability, feature set, and unmatched durability are why we find snom to be a perfect fit for our hosted VoIP service and advanced solutions.”

The snom 7xx series VoIP telephones uses snom’s eighth generation Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) firmware, which enables interoperability with a wide variety of SIP-based IP-PBXs and soft switches used in small and large office environments worldwide.