Power Over Ethernet (typically abbreviated to PoE) is a technology that sends electrical power along an ethernet cable, along with the usual flow of data. PoE has a wide range of uses in business networks, most notably in running devices — such as VoIP phones, network routers, or public address systems — without a requirement for dedicated power cabling.
An eight-line phone with a crisp 480 x 272 pixels backlit color display offers an expanded directory with unlimited alphanumeric lookup with sort by first or last names. The redial/history key provides unlimited filter by first/last names and alphanumeric lookup. These features and the built-in visual voice mail application make this phone ideal for the advanced professional. Also includes six feature keys, five soft keys, a full-duplex speakerphone and integrated headset jack and a 10/100/1000 Ethernet switch for Gigabit speed.