RCA says, "Yes, we do have VoIP Phones!" Recognized Brand Makes Inroads into VoIP Phone Market

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New RCA VoIP Phones Launched, Now Available at VoIP Supply

RCA VoIP Phones:  RCA IP110 and RCA IP120

RCA VoIP Phones: RCA IP110 and RCA IP120

"The notion of RCA VoIP phones may be new but, RCA's been a major player in the analog and DECT phone markets so, their history easily speaks for itself," said Garrett Smith, CMO at VoIP Supply.

VoIP Supply LLC, North America’s leading supplier of VoIP equipment and complete solutions, is happy to announce the addition of RCA VoIP Phones.

Mentioning the RCA brand conjures up the iconic "His Master's Voice" image of a dog looking into a phonograph. For those in the VoIP world, Nipper's same quizzical head tilt applies when told that yes, RCA does have VoIP phones.

In fact, RCA is the largest manufacturer in the multi-line and DECT analog phone market and now, with the two newest releases, the RCA IP110 and RCA IP120, they take a step out of the analog world and firmly into the VoIP phone world.

The IP110 and IP120 are the first VoIP phones from RCA. The two phones share a similar form factor and several of the same features.

Both phones have a built in full duplex speaker phone, support for a variety of voice codecs including G.722 for HD voice, dual LAN/WAN RJ45 ports and a RJ9 headset jack with support for electronic hook switch (EHS). Neither model supports PoE but, they do ship with an AC power supply included.

The two models do have their differences; the RCA IP110 is a two line phone with a 2×15 characters display while the RCA IP120 is a three line phone with a 123×64 display.

RCA VoIP Phones can be used by anyone that needs a VoIP phone, support all of the most common telephony functions, and have large easy to navigate keys. The RCA IP110 and RCA IP120 are great for call centers, sales, and customer service representatives.

RCA VoIP Phones are Broadsoft, Metaswitch and Asterisk/Digium certified so they will work with most IP PBXs.

RCA VoIP Phones are an attractive option because they save businesses the time and hassle of dealing with defective phones. RCA phones go through a 100% quality check that includes plugging in the power adapter before it's shipped. Plus, with the RCA's responsibility of backing up a 2-year warranty, they make sure that they have very low return rates.

Additionally, all RCA customer service and support calls are handled by their call center based in Ohio which is open 24/7.

“RCA makes their first inroads into the VoIP phone market” said Garrett Smith, Chief Marketing Officer at VoIP Supply. "The notion of RCA VoIP phones may be new but, RCA's been a major player in the analog and DECT phone markets so, their history easily speaks for itself."

For additional information about RCA VoIP Phones available through VoIP Supply, call toll-free 1-800-398-8647 or email us at http://www.voipsupply.com/supportticket/ticket/submit.

About VoIP Supply

VoIP Supply, LLC (http://www.voipsupply.com), a division of Sayers Technology Holdings, is North America’s leading supplier of VoIP equipment and integrated communication systems for businesses of all sizes, service providers and resellers. Widely recognized for its depth of product knowledge and industry expertise, VoIP Supply sets the standard for vertical E-tailing – providing value-based pricing across its comprehensive product catalog, expert technical support, rapid product provisioning and installation, global logistics services and market-making promotions for manufacturers of all sizes. In addition to technology and service prowess, VoIP Supply is a three-time INC 5,000 honoree and in 2007, was ranked number 45 on the Entrepreneur Magazine’s Hot 100 fastest growing companies in the U.S. Buffalo’s Business First newspaper recently ranked VoIP Supply among Western New York’s top 50 privately-held companies rating the company as one of the best places to work in the region, as well as the fastest growing company in WNY for 2006 by winning the Business First Fast Track 50 Award.

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