Samsung PHONE SYSTEM
Phone System Repair Montreal can repair, update or relocate Samsung phones or phone system (PBX)
Samsung was created in 1938 by Lee Byung-chul in Taegu, South Korea. The company started as a grocery store trading and exporting goods with 40 employees. It sold mostly Korean fish and vegetables, as well as its own noodles. Over the next decades, the company diversified into multiple sectors such as textile, food processing, insurance, securities and retail. Samsung only entered the electronics industry in the 1960s with several divisions: Samsung electronic devices, Samsung Electro-mechanics, Samsung Corning, and Samsung Semiconductor & Telecommunications. In 1970, Samsung-Sanyo produced its first black and white TVs and expanded into shipbuilding, petrochemicals, and aircraft engines. Throughout the next decade, the company manufactured transistor black and white TVs, color TVs, refrigerators, air conditioners, and electric desk calculators. It was in the 1980s that Samsung entered the telecommunication industry by initially building telephone switchboards and eventually expanding into telephone and fax systems and finally into mobile phones. Since 1990, Samsung’s mobile phones and semiconductors have become its most important source of income and as of 2017, Samsung has the 6th highest global brand value.
Samsung announced in April 2019 that they were stopping the sales of the OfficeServ and then SCM starting from September 30th 2019.
Some common Samsung Phone Systems (PBX)
This is an entry level phone designed to replace traditional digital telephones. This phone is great for common areas such as lobbies or waiting rooms. This system offers a level of capacity and functionality that is well suited for low to moderate usage. It offers call transferring, hold and mute options, and can either be placed on a desk or mounted to the wall. Some of its notable specifications include 100 phone book entries and 9 fixed functions keys as well as 3 soft keys. It also has 5 multiple ringtones and a navigation button.
This phone is an entry level system and very user friendly. It is suitable for most areas as well as small to medium sized offices. This set is easy to use and offers crystal clear communication. It has direct access to voicemail, call logs, and system directory amongst others. Some of its notable specifications include 9 fixed function keys and an LCD backlight.
This telephone is well fitted for executive assistants and managers. It has integrated WiFi and Bluetooth as well as many other advanced features at a competitive price. Some notable specifications of this phone includes 500 book entries, 99 programmable buttons, WiFi, and a 3.2” mono LCD screen.
The SMT-i6020 is a practical addition to the SMT-i6000 series and offers great features for any member of staff. This system includes volume control, do-not-disturb feature, voice mail, conference calling, hold, re-dial, call forwarding and call muting and transferring. Most notable notifications include 4 soft keys, 14 fixed function keys, and a navigation button.
This system is very well suited for executive offices as it connects with executive smartphones while offering many advance telephony features such as wired and wireless connectivity, call sharing via Bluetooth, and call handover to your smartphone. Most notable specifications include WiFi, 500 phone book entries, 14 fixed function keys, a navigation button and speakerphone.
- Samsung SMT-i5343
This phone takes IP connectivity even further. This is a top of the line and intuitive IP phone which will seamlessly connect with employees’ mobile devices, enabling management and senior level staff to increase productivity and make the most of mobility.
- Samsung (SCM) Communications Manager- Compact/Enterprise PBX
This system has enterprise-grade control with many built-in applications. It also has smart routing which aids to reduce call costs by converting 3G/4G calls to extension calls. The SCM compacts supports up to 512 users while the SCM enterprise model can support 3000 users. This system also has excellent integration of mobile phones into voice network and integrated voice mail, auto attendant, email messages, email gateway, and access managers.
Offers small business a great number of features and has good functional flexibility. This system can handle between 1 and 20 extensions and can be configured with a full range of digital, analog, and/or IP trunks and extensions. The system also has caller ID available. Furthermore, this model has automated attendant, Uniform Call Distribution (UCD), and Call Queuing. Lastly, it has a mobile extension functionality which allows mobile phones to be seamlessly paired with desktop phones.