Telephone desk

The telephone desk is the smallest kind of fixed desk. Its traditional role is to provide a working surface barely large enough to write notes while speaking on the telephone, and in some cases to support the telephone or hold telephone books. In early generations of telephones the phone apparatus itself had a small desk built-in.

A desk phone is a relatively pricy piece of hardware that requires a company to pull additional cables to cubicles, and desk phones come with a certain amount of operational overhead for support and maintenance.



List of Vendors for Telephone desk


Polycom

Founded: 1990, San Jose, CA, United States

Website: www.polycom.com

Key Principals: Telecommunication products

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Avaya

Founded: 2000, Santa Clara, CA, USA

Website: www.avaya.com

Key Principals: Unified communication and Networking products

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Unify

Founded: 2008, Munich, Germany

Website: www.unify.com/us

Key Principals: Unified communication and Networking products

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Cisco Systems

Founded: 1984, San Fransisco, CA, USA

Website: www.cisco.com

Key Principals: Networking Equipments

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Grandstream

Founded: 2002, Boston, United States

Website: http://www.grandstream.com

Key Principals: Telecommunications

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Panasonic

Founded: 1918, Kadoma, Osaka Prefecture, Japan

Website: http://panasonic.net/

Key Principals: Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing

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NEC

Founded: 1899, Tokyo, Japan

Website: www.nec.com

Key Principals: Information Technology products and Network solutions

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