Grandstream’s New WP810 Wireless Wi-Fi IP Phone Now Compatible with Cisco’s BroadWorks

Grandstream, which has brought the world together with its award-winning SIP unified communications solutions since 2002, announced today that the new WP810 Wireless Wi-Fi IP Phones can now fully work with Cisco’s BroadWorks Platform. With this compatibility, service providers and businesses using BroadWorks can now seamlessly use Grandstream’s WP810 to offer mobile IP telephony and roaming in any location with Wi-Fi coverage.

The new WP810 is a powerful yet affordable Wi-Fi IP phone that offers seamless roaming and advanced features to suit a variety of vertical market applications including retail, logistics, healthcare and security. It features dual-band 802.11ac Wi-Fi with advanced antenna design and advanced roaming support. The WP810 offers over 6 hours of talk time thanks to a rechargeable battery, crystal clear HD voice with dual-MIC and a configurable push-to-talk button for instant communication. This wireless Wi-Fi IP phone offers significant cost savings and scalability for large volume deployments and enables competitive upgrade or replacement of legacy DECT solutions. It is like the other member of the WP series, WP820, which is also compatible with BroadWorks. participates.

With the WP810 certification, Grandstream’s entire portfolio of IP voice, video and wireless IP Phones is fully interoperable with Cisco’s BroadWorks. As a member of the Cisco Partner Program, Grandstream offers Cisco’s service providers and businesses a one-stop service for all endpoints required to build powerful communication solutions. This product portfolio; Operator Class IP Phones, GXP series IP Phones, GXV series IP Video Phones for Android ™, GVC series video conferencing systems, GAC2500 Audio Conference Phone, WP series Wi-Fi wireless IP phones DP series DECT Wireless IP Phones, GXW series VoIP gateway and HT series includes Analog Telephone Adapters (ATA).