Snom 360

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Snom 360

The snom 360 has been discontinued by the manufacturer. The replacement product is the snom 370.
. Snom 360 - Main Features:
  • Tiltable graphical display (128 x 64 pixels)
  • 47 keys, 13 LEDs
  • 12 programmable function keys
  • Speakerphone
  • 2 x IEEE 802.3 10/100 Mbps switch
  • Power over Ethernet
  • Headset connection
  • Expansion module with 42 programmable function keys
  • SIP RFC3261
  • Security: SIPS/SRTP, TLS
  • Codecs: G.711, G.729A, G.723.1, G.722, G.726, GSM 6.10 (full rate)
  • National Language Support
  • XML driven mini-Browser

The Snom 360 is designed for maximum productivity and efficiency in the everyday business environment. Dedicated keys provide you with direct access to the functions for audio and call control, and context-sensitive menus offer you the additional functionality that you may need at any given moment. Snom 360's graphical display can be tilted for your optimum reading angle. Additional sophisticated call control features, full call detail, configuration options can be accessed via web browser. Customized ring tones can easily be downloaded from the web server into Snom 360– including, of course, your favorite ring tone. Incoming calls can be marked with special ring tones to indicate the destination of the call.

12 programmable keys can be used to customize the functionalities according to your own specific needs. The Snom 360 LED associated to a function key shows you whether or not your colleague is currently on a call. And, of course, your colleagues can see whether your line is free or not. The new mini browser, embedded in Snom’s top-of-the-line 360 executive SIP phone, lets users and developers create web-driven, screen-based telephone applications. Examples include custom contact-center apps, web-based phone directories, messaging, posting of news and other info on telephone screens, and more.

To spare you the annoyance of unwanted invasions of your speech data, the Snom 360 supports the security standard SRTP – a current specification from the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) for protection against eavesdropping and the stealing of data. With SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) you are ensuring your own personal independence. Most vendors are touting SIP to be the communication protocol of the future. SIP components can be combined into a complete system without you being tied to a single provider.

Snom 360 Specifications

Snom 360 - General Features
Dimensions: approx. 25 x 20 x 13 cm
Weight: approx. 960 g
Safety: IEC 60950-1:2001, CB Test Certificate: DE 2-008417
Certifications: FCC Class B, CE Mark
Power consumption: 2.2 – 2.5 watts

Snom 360 -
1 x L AN, 1 x PC: RJ45 (Ethernet)
Power: 5 V DC
Ethernet: 2 x IEEE 802.3 10/100 Mbps switch
Power over Ethernet: IEEE 802.3af, Class 1
Handset: RJ11 connector
Headset: RJ11 connector
Expansion Module: Proprietary snom connector

Snom 360 -
User Interface
• 128 x 64 pixels, tiltable graphical display, backlit
• 47 keys, 12 programmable function keys with LEDs (54 with the expansion module)
• Caller-ID
• Message waiting indication LED
• Address book (100 entries)
• Address book import/export
• Speed dialing
• Local dial plan
• Number guessing
• Lists of missed, received and dialed calls (100 entries each)
• Call waiting indication
• Clock, daylight saving, call-timer
• Call blocking (deny list)
• Blocking of anonymous calls
• Handling of up to 12 calls simultaneously
• Menu-driven user interface
• Ring tone selection, import of individual ring tones
• URL Dialing support
• National language support for selected languages (NLS)
• Do not disturb
• Speakerphone (full duplex)
• Auto answer mode
• Keyboard lock

Snom 360 -
Call Features
• Hold
• Blind transfer, attended transfer
• Music-on-hold support (only via PBX)
• Divert
• Conferencing (3-way conference bridge on phone)
• Call park, call pickup (only via PBX)
• Call completion
• Client Matter Code (CMC)
• Call waiting/switching between calls
• Redialing
• RTP multicast paging
• Multiple audio device support

Snom 360 -
Web Server
• Embedded web server HTTP/HTTPS
• Easy configuration of the phone, remote configuration
• Dial from web interface
• Password protection
• Diagnostics (tracing, logging, syslog)

Snom 360 -
Security, Quality of Service
• HTTPS (server/client)
• Transport Layer Security (TLS)
• SRTP (RFC3711), SIPS
• VLAN (802.1 pq)

Snom 360 -
Codecs, Audio
• G.711 A-law, μ-law
• G.729A, G.723.1, G.726
• GSM 6.10 (full rate)
• G.722
• Comfort noise, voice activity detection

Snom 360 -
• RFC3261 compliance
• UDP, TCP and TLS
• Digest/basic authentication
• Loose routing and strict routing support
• PRACK (RFC3262)
• Error-information support
• Reliability of provisional responses (RFC3262)
• Early media support
• DNS SRV (RFC3263), redundant server support
• Offer/answer (RFC3264)
• Message Waiting Indication (RFC3842), subscription for MWI events (RFC3265)
• Dialog-state monitoring (RFC 4235)
• In-band DTMF/out-of-band DTMF/ SIP INFO DTMF
• STUN client (NAT traversal)
• ENUM (RFC3261), NAPTR (RFC2915), rport (RFC3581), REFER (RFC3515)
• Event list subscription support (RFC4662)
• Bridged line appearance (BLA)
• Auto provisioning with PnP
• Presence/buddylist feature
• Busy lamp field support (BLF)
• Presence publishing

Snom 360 -
• Automatic software update
• Automatic settings retrieval via HTTP/HTTPS/TFTP
• Installation via web interface
• Static IP provisioning, DHCP

Snom 360 Resources

Datasheets & Brochures:
Snom 360 Datasheet (PDF)
Snom 360 Wiki Page