Mitel MiVoice Skype for Business IP Phones augment Skype for Business’ capabilities with reliable voice and mobility. Best of all, it integrates seamlessly with the Microsoft application you already know!
If you’ve been using Microsoft Lync (now Skype for Business) and need mission-critical voice service, you need a solution that fits within the Microsoft framework, is reliable and doesn’t introduce complexity.
Mitel’s MiVoice IP phones allow users to extend the Skype for Business client to Mitel voice call control features, such as click-to-call, incoming call device selection, and more. It includes in-call features like forward, transfer and embedded conferencing and gives employees the ability to control their desk phones, mobile devices and move calls between those devices, all within the Microsoft Skype for Business client.
Mitel completed its takeover of Aastra Technologies on January 31, 2014. At the time, one of Aastra’s popular models of IP phone was their 4400 series. With companies starting to transition to IP telephony, the 4400 series of IP phones represented a good value.
Now known as the Mitel 4400 Series IP Phones, they are compatible withe MiVoice MX-ONE, BusinessPhone and MD Evolution telephony systems. All updates take place over the network so administrators can easily keep them up to date with the most current software remotely.
Practical, functional, pleasing design and good ergonomics are also some of the hallmarks of the 4400 series phones. For companies looking to migrate to a VoIP telephone system, Mitel offers a number of solutions for enterprises of all sizes. Perhaps the 4400 series will find their way to your office soon.
Revolutionary changes have occurred in the telecommunications and information technologies. Mitel is at the leading edge of convergence between these fields with their Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phones.
The difference between a VoIP system and a traditional system is that VoIP systems are digital and traditional ones are analog. When you speak into a VoIP phone, your voice is converted to an electronic signal which is then broken down into packets, compressed, and sent toward their final destination by various routes depending on the most efficient paths on your data network or the internet. At the receiving end, the packets are reassembled, decompressed and converted back into a voice signal by hardware and software.
The Mitel VoIP phones we carry are supported on Mitel PBX platforms. For more information on these feature-rich phones, please click on the links below. Please note – these VoIP telephones are NOT compatible with other non-Mitel VoIP equipment.
The 5300 series of VoIP phones for Mitel PBX platforms represents the cutting edge in Voice over IP technology. Packed with all the business communications features one expects in a high-end business phone, Mitel went even further and provided enhanced features with an intuitive user-interface to make these phones very user-friendly. With up to 48 programmable feature buttons, these VoIP phones give you full control over your telecommunications environment.More Information
The 5200 series of VoIP phones for Mitel PBX platforms represents the cutting edge in Voice over IP technology. Packed with all the business communications features one expects in a high-end business phone, Mitel went further and provided enhanced features with an intuitive user-interface to make these phones very user-friendly. With up to 24 programmable feature buttons, these VoIP phones give you full control over your telecommunications environment.More Information
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