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Grandstream Announces H.264 IP Video Phone

Grandstream Networks announced the new GXV-3000, a next-generation advanced IP video phone based on SIP standard. GXV-3000 features the latest H.264 real-time video codec, an advanced high-resolution camera sensor, and a thin 5.6-inch TFT color LCD. GXV-3000 is optimized for evolving video and imaging standards by Texas Instruments' TMS320DM643 digital media processor.

GXV-3000 supports the latest H.264 international real-time video codec standard (base profile) with QVGA or CIF resolution, up to 30 fps frame rate, and at bit rates between 64Kbps and 1Mbps.

GXV-3000 features an adjustable advanced VGA resolution camera sensor (with 1-touch ON/OFF switch for privacy control), a 5.6-inch TFT color LCD (2-dimensionally rotatable to allow nearly all viewing angles), 5 navigation keys, 3 line indicators (each of which supports independent SIP account), visual voice/video message indicator, hands-free speakerphone with advanced acoustic echo cancellation, dual 10M/100M Ethernet ports (switch or router mode configurable), 2 USB ports, 2.5mm headset jack, and RCA style audio/video output jack to allow simultaneous video output to TV. In addition, it also supports video call Hold/Transfer/Forward, 3-way conference, audio mute and camera block, video phone book, mirror camera, picture-in-picture, 4x zoom (2x optical plus 2x digital), on-screen-display, auto focus and auto exposure, anti-flickering, video capture & save, configurable screen-saver pictures, downloadable music ring tones, and intuitive graphic user interface.

GXV-3000 will be available for purchase at a suggested retail price of US$295. Grandstream expects to start volume shipment of GXV-3000 in March 2006. The GXV-3000 package will include a universal switching power supply and a 6 ft. Ethernet cable.

Source: Grandstream Networks

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