MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Nov. 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Based on its recent analysis of the enterprise Internet protocol (IP) endpoints market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Grandstream Networks, Inc. with the 2016 Global Frost & Sullivan Company of the Year Award. In just three years, between 2012 and 2015, Grandstream increased its SIP phone unit shipments by more than 151% and now ranks among the top three in terms of SIP phone shipment vendors in the world with a 17.9% market share. The company also boasts a 7.4% market share in the IP phone market place. Grandstream has demonstrated an impressive ability to identify and address unmet customer needs and efficiently implement best practices. A differentiated portfolio that is consistent with key evolving trends, its keen customer focus and strong brand recognition have set the company apart in a fiercely competitive market.
Grandstream's product portfolio of more than 60 IP voice and video products covers the entire spectrum of business communications segments. For small businesses and home office users, it offers the affordable and user-friendly GXP1600 IP phone series, while enterprise users have the GXP2100 series of color screen devices with 3, 4, 6, 8, and 12 lines. For users that require advanced video capabilities and multimedia support, the company offers the Android-based GXV IP media phone series. It also boasts IP endpoints for additional use cases, such as tabletop IP conferencing phones, video conferencing devices, cordless IP digital enhanced cordless telecommunications (DECT) phones, and a softphone application for software-based communication. Grandstream astutely ensures its products are in line with the mega trends, in particular those relating to mobility, convergence and cloud. Examples of prominent Grandstream phone features that enable mobile integration/communication include integrated Bluetooth and Wi-Fi; embedded Web browsers; built-in USB, Gigabit and mini HDMI ports; video; power over Ethernet (PoE); and native session initiation protocol (SIP) technologies.