888voipstore.com have produced a how-to video demonstrating the steps required to configure Trixbox Pro to work with a Snom 300 IP Phone.

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The video takes you through the configuration process step-by-step.

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snom 300Snom’s model 300 SIP compliant IP phone has been qualified by Microsoft for use with Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007.

The Snom 300 is the company’s benchmark business IP phone offering features such as 4 SIP ‘line’ registrations per unit, a 2×16 character display and a second network socket to allow pass through to a desktop computer, negating the need for an extra network socket at the desk.

Snom press release http://www.snom.com/news/press-releases/press-releases-singleview/archive/2010/september/article/snom-technology-ag-has-joined-compatible-devices-program-for-microsoft-lync-2010/

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Popular internet telephony company Skype has made an S-1 filing, looking to raise $100 million from an initial public offering.

Skype which has 124 million active users intends to grow it’s revenue generating business by increasing their customer-base and offering more premium services to paying users.

Read more at gigaom: http://gigaom.com/2010/08/09/skype-files-for-a-100-millionipo/

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Spectralink 8400Polycom’s Spectralink 8400 Series handsets have launched with the aim of providing mission-critical on-site communication via the latest in wireless voice-over-IP handset technology.

The Spectralink 8400 Series is designed with diverse workplaces in mind such as healthcare, hospitality, retail, manufacturing and general office.

The handset is designed to allow workers to communicate with other colleagues on site quickly and easily by utilising the industry standard SIP protocol for communication with VoIP PBXs and offering advanced features such as integrating communication with Microsoft® Office Communications Server instant messaging.

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Slashgear brings news that there is now a VoIP app in the Apple App Store for the iPhone (and iPod Touch) which allows IP calling over 3G networks.

The software, known as iCall allows for incoming call notification even when the application is not running.

This signals a lifting of the 3G VoIP calling restrictions which Apple imposed on iPhone apps.

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