The Nortel IP Phone 2001 (Phase 1) is an entry level, single-line desktop IP telephone designed specifically for public areas such as lobbies, cafeterias, hallways, and break rooms. It is also ideal for low call traffic locations such as school classrooms and hotel rooms.
Standard features include: 802.3af Power over Ethernet, a fully bit-mapped 2x24 character display, on-hook dialing, listen mode speakerphone, Message Waiting Indication, fixed keys, navigation and soft keys.
*Power over Ethernet (PoE) delivers power from the Data Switching Equipment over Ethernet cabling via the IEEE 802.3af specification. By supporting Power over Ethernet, the IP Phone 2001 eliminates the need for power splitters and AC outlets, resulting in a more reliable and cost effective solution.
The IP 2001 Phase 1 Internet Telephone is supported by multiple Nortel Networks communication systems, including Business Communications Manager (BCM), IP-enabled Meridian 1* and Meridian SL-100 systems (with Internet Telephony Gateway cards installed), and Succession Communication Servers.