December 11, 2008
just announced the GXV3005 IP video phone is coming this month. The GXV3005 features an additional FXO port and is part of the GXV3000
IP video product line series.
The GXV3005 features the same design and all of the functionality as the GXV3000 model, but it comes with the advanced versatility of an FXO PSTN line port, which enables customers to receive both video telephony service over an IP network and their home land-line. One thing I like about Grandsteam is they follow industry standards, such as SIP, but also H.263 & H.264, so in theory their video phone will work with other H.263/H.264 compliant video phones. We don't need a videophone war
, after all.
The GXV3005 is based on the same feature set as the GXV3000, including a 5.6 inch TFTP adjustable LCD screen, a VGA camera which allows nearly all viewing angles, support for real-time high-quality video (up to 30 frames per second) using H.264/H.263 video standard at bandwidths as low as 32kbps and up to 1Mbps. The additional FXO/PSTN port supports calling over and between two networks (IP and PSTN network) from a single phone and
offers both a layer of security and back up for IP video phone communication by providing the option of a PSTN life line.
"We are excited to announce the availability of GXV3005, which further enhances the versatility and convenience of telephony-over-any-network on top of our popular GXV3000 IP video phone," said David Li, CEO of Grandstream Networks. "The GXV3005 is the second model in the GXV3000 product family and we will continue to introduce more innovative enhancements to the GXV3000 series of advanced IP video phones in the near future."
The GXV3005 is priced at $325 and it will be available through Grandstream's worldwide distribution channels beginning mid December 2008.
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