In healthcare, technology is evolving. Telehealth is becoming increasingly evident across the healthcare space, allowing for connectivity at any time from anywhere between care teams and their patients. Online portals, remote monitoring, and other health applications and devices are all aspects of telehealth that are making healthcare more accessible. In a hospital or small practice, reliable mobile communication between departments, care teams, and patients is crucial for a functional organization. With Grandstream’s wide range of solutions, any healthcare practice or facility can communicate between departments with ease.
We recently announced the beta release of the Grandstream Device Management System (GDMS), a zero-touch cloud provisioning and management for our endpoints. It was designed specifically to support large deployments and high-volume opportunities. GDMS provides an easy-to-use, centralized interface for enterprises, service providers, channel partners and multi-site businesses to configure, provision, manage, monitor and troubleshoot large deployments of Grandstream endpoints in batches by site, group or model
SIP intercoms offer two-way voice functionality that empower offices, commercial spaces, schools, hospitals, apartments, and more with a voice intercom solution that expands security and communication capabilities. Our upcoming GSC3510 is a two-way SIP intercom speaker and microphone that comes feature-rich at an affordable price point, expanding our portfolio for resellers and installers. In this blog post, you’ll learn about the GSC3510’s technical specifications, key features, and example deployment scenarios.
Our new generation of IP phones, the GRP2600 Carrier-Grade series, has raised a lot of excitement. We've recently released the GRP2616 to this series and continue to build out the line's diversity. With a new line of products comes a lot of questions about features, capabilities, design, and technical specs. In this blog post I’ll answer frequently asked questions and provide some insight about this powerful series of IP phones. Read on to learn more.
Mobility in the modern workplace is becoming increasingly common and is a standard for office productivity. Flexible office spaces are becoming a trend in many industries, encouraging collaboration and the flow of ideas. When employees are given the freedom to move away from their desks for a change of scenery, both morale and productivity can increase dramatically. The way we use technology on an everyday basis has evolved to improve our collaboration with others both face-to-face and over communication endpoints. Mobile work spaces cut costs, increase collaboration, and improve communication throughout an organization. Even a communal work area of a few couches and a coffee table will allow for encounters outside of the generic cube setting that could end up generating the next big innovation.
We recently released our new generation of DECT Cordless solutions – the DP730 and DP722 handsets along with DP752 Base Station. These devices offer a mid-to-high-end DECT solution featuring sleek new designs, enhanced user interface and a powerful suite of new features. Let’s take a look at the expanded feature set offered by this new generation of Grandstream DECT solutions and how those features are ideal for a variety of vertical industry deployments.
Hotels rely heavily upon their communications between reservations, front desk, housekeeping, maintenance, management, and hotel guests. Connecting these users and meeting their unique communication needs is easier than ever with Grandstream. Whether you want to continue using existing technology or upgrade to a solution that you can rely on, Grandstream can help wherever it’s needed. See which devices work best for each department below and read how other hotels have implemented Grandstream solutions to improve their operations.
Companies around the world are embracing a new type of workspace when designing their offices, hybrid and mobile friendly. This isn’t a surprise, as recent studies show that employees are spending 50-60%¹ of their time at the office away from their desk. Companies and organizations are looking for unified communication solutions that not only support their workforce communications, but also its mobility. Because of this, it’s important that you stay up-to-date on the current state of IP devices on the market that support this freedom of movement within an organization. Two of the most common solutions out there are DECT and WiFi Voice, lets go over the pros and cons of both.
A core part of our mission is to provide our partners and customers a one-stop-shop for all of the unified communication solutions needed for any business. Over the past few years, we have furthered that mission by expanding our collaboration portfolio to cater to the needs of businesses ranging from a small firm to an enterprise. If you are building a video collaboration network, we offer a full suite of scalable solutions that combine to create to a powerful yet easy-to-manage platform. Let’s take a look at how our video conferencing solutions can be catered for home offices, small businesses, medium-to-large businesses and enterprises.
Office layouts, management styles, working hours, and other factors are constantly changing as we try to understand how to best empower workers to both collaborate efficiently and excel individually. The technology we use in the workplace is no exception to these changes. A modern communications deployment has to not only enhance how we communicate, but also how we collaborate. Let's take a look into three practices that businesses are adopting to enhance their organizational collaboration.