Samsung Business Communication Systems last week released the latest version of its OfficeServ platform, which integrates wireless, wireline, analog voice, VoIP and data capabilities.
Samsung BCS’ OfficeServ 7400 was first released in Europe and some Asian markets earlier this year, but was not officially announced until last week when it was also available in the US, said a company spokesperson.
Essentially, OfficeServ 7400 is a larger version than its predecessor, the 7200, which was launched in October. The 7400 can support up to 500 lines, versus as many as 240 lines with the 7200.
Otherwise, the 7400 sports similar features, including a gigabit Ethernet backbone and data modules supporting Power over Ethernet. It also has support for Samsung’s VoIP, WLAN and traditional phones, as well IP-based data and business communications peripherals. It also enables voice call quality control.
The introduction of the OfficeServ 7400 offers a more powerful infrastructure for more powerful applications for more users — regardless of the type of traffic, said Steve Gobeli, VP of Samsung Telecommunications America, at the Richardson, Texas-based BCS.
This larger platform enables enterprise customers to accommodate more users and support the more advanced data applications they’re now using or may use in the future.
The 7400 has been designed for easy migration from the 7200, said the company.