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fishtech

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Can anyone recommend hardware they have used for video calling with Operator?

Many thanks,

ft.
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ksnyder

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Operator will automatically provision Grandstream GXV, Yealink VP530, and Polycom VVX video phones. If I remember correctly, opinions of the Polycoms were pretty favorable internally.

[Updated on: Tue, 28 July 2015 23:04]


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UnifiedTechs-Brian

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We have had good luck with both Yealink and Grandstream.

Yealink - Software seems more refined, higher quality.
Grandstream - Lower cost, you get more features for your money.

- Brian
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fishtech

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Do users enjoy using them?

I have complaints from users that our current Snom desktop phones are "too complicated". Sigh - how quickly they forget the old digital system we had!

Unfortunately iPhone & Facetime have created a very high user expectation of phones, especially video calling. I note the grandsteams run Android... is it a pleasant user experience to make a video call?

Thanks,

ft.
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Filip Jenicek (Kerio)

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I personally like the grandstream GVX3275 the most.

When dialing a number, there are two buttons, one for voice call, another one for video. Pretty easy.

A downside I see is that the whole interface is basically a touch screen which will eventually get dirty. Also you need to look at the screen while dialing numbers. On the other hand, browsing the contact list (local / ldap) is very user friendly.
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