Digital cordless phones launched

EuroTelekom International has used Gitex 2004 tolaunch its latest range of digital cordless telephones

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By  Rhys Jones Published  October 3, 2004

EuroTelekom International, a leading supplier of telecommunication equipment has launched its latest range of digital cordless telephones this week. The ‘ecom’ range of telephones cater to the requirements of both domestic and business environments and provide instant connections and connectivity, using Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication (DECT) technology. “Wireless telephone connectivity has begun to assume great significance in today’s hi-tech world where constant mobility and uninterrupted communication networks are crucial to successful business environments,” said Adib Akkaoui, general manager, EuroTelekom International. “We at EuroTelekom fully understand the specific requirements of diverse markets and cultures and draw from our experience to offer our customers the best available products at competitive prices,” he added. DECT, a flexible digital radio access standard for cordless communications in residential, corporate and public environments, is an upgrade on the Global System for Mobile (GSM) network. It works on radio access technology and is compatible with other types of networks such as the PSTN (Public Switching Telephone Network), ISDN (Integrated Service for Digital Network) and GSM technology. A voice-centric standard for cordless telephony, DECT can be used for a wireless data link. “Our extensive range of cordless telephones is based on DECT Technology, a digital wireless technology, which originated in Europe, and is now making its presence felt world wide in commercial and residential scenarios,” said Akkaoui. The ‘ecom’ range offers SMS/MMS/CID/CLIR functions, phonebook, multi-lingual menu guidance while others will be accessible via cordless home and business telephones. Its features also allow the DECT-based cordless systems to play a role in communication developments such as voice and multimedia traffic and Internet access, in addition to providing connectivity with other fixed and wireless services such as GSM and ISDN.

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