Stand C127

Company profile
A leading global premium brand for innovative professional and enterprise VoIP phones, Snom is headquartered in Berlin, Germany. Founded in 1997, Snom is a pioneer in the VoIP industry, launching the world’s first IP phone in 2001. Today, Snom’s product portfolio meets the full spectrum of business communications requirements of call centers, conference rooms and executive management through to safety-conscious industrial environments.
A subsidiary of VTech Holdings Limited since 2016, Snom has offices in Italy, the UK, France and Taiwan and enjoys an excellent global reputation in the Voice-over-IP market. Snom’s products are renowned for their technical innovation, aesthetic design, user-friendliness and outstanding audio quality. The current product portfolio is universally compatible with all leading PBX platforms and Snom products have won numerous awards around the world from independent experts.
Engineered in Germany, Snom’s IP solutions also make an excellent choice for vertical markets, such as healthcare and education, when searching for specialized solutions in business communications, IoT and smart technologies.

In the UK Snom products are distributed through ProVu Communications, Electronic Frontier Ltd (EFL), Nuvias and Westcon.

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White papers

Voice Quality
Sound design is an art form at Snom and is at the core of our development utilising some of the world's most advance voice quality engineering tools.

Voice Quality_Snom_Whte Paper_2015-09-14 Final.pdf 326.30 kB

VoIP Software
Snom software has a history of development and improvements spanning over 15 years and provides the business professional with features and settings that make it powerful, flexible and versatile.

Software_Snom_Whte Paper_2015-08-09 Final.pdf 68.45 kB

German Engineering
Snom's R&D is derived from our German heritage and best practices. Work at Snom is “craft” with systems that are elegant and practical, providing superb and unmatched product quality.

GermanEngineering_Snom_Whte Paper_2015-05-11 Final.pdf 116.22 kB