Terminal range of Aastra fixed phones consist of the older 4000 range with both DTS and IP versions, the 7000 series and the 67xx series are IP phones.  All support PoE at various classes.

The 5000 range of IP terminals were renamed the 7000 series. Aastra have increased the range of SIP phones available on the MX-One by also adding the 67XXX series and soft clients.

The 6739i phone is the top of the range SIP phone from Aastra supporting a gigabit option 10/100/1000 Aastra 6739i
The 675xi family are all SIP phones supporting ethernet 10/100 Aastra 675x range of SIP phones
The 7000 range are all H323 IP phones. The 7446 will support gigabit option via an optional adaptor. 7000 series IP Phones
The 4000 range of IP phones are both H323 and SIP compatible. They support 10/100. 4000 series IP phones
The 4000 range of DTS feature phones are the non-IP range of instruments.
 

 Don't forget the analogue phone....

Yes there is life in the analogue phone, even in this 'all IP' world. If you want to provide your users with features with the lowest environmental impact then the analogue phone is a potential answer.  Aastra have  low carbon footprint IP phones  but not all  IP phones are made equal, for many other vendors they are  in effect 24/7 365 day 'on' devices drawing power needlessly.
Aastra want to supply the customers with a range of choices, to help customers meet their carbon footprint challenges.  

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Desk phone information from Aastra...link
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DECT options ... link
Video options ... link

As enterprise moves toward a unified communication future there are questions to be asked about what it is your user needs to be effective. With so many options such as the traditional fixed phone, IP phone (h323 or SIP), mobile handset or softphone, it is unlikely you will want, or can afford all.

Presentation on the future of the deskphone from Aastra at IPEXPOThe Future...Desk Phone or No Desk Phone?
 

this is a link to a webinar where the subject is So how many phones does your enterprise need (it is an hour long but it is interesting) link.

The  environment issues associated with your choices are going to become more relevant. Unified comms is marketed as a green technology, but there are always if's and buts. The technology industry is still more about maxi-sizing rather than right -sizing and you need to consider the other factors that can slip under the line of visibility. Here is a article on Gigabit ethernet enabled IP phones, why?

 

 

No reported issues on the range of phones currently. If any issues found please advise us.

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