Imago Techmedia Ltd is registered in England and Wales under Company No. 04865455. VAT No. GB 843 8456 01
Registered Office: Bedford House, Fulham Green, 69-79 Fulham High Street, London, SW6 3JW, United Kingdom
Business Address: Imago Techmedia, 2C Bedford House, Fulham Green, 69-79 Fulham High Street, London, SW6 3JW, United Kingdom
Imago Techmedia is a subsidiary of Clarion Events Limited
Founded in 1997 and headquartered in Berlin Germany, Snom is a German multinational corporation and the world’s first and leading brand of professional and enterprise VoIP telephones. Snom operates wholly owned subsidiaries and branches in the United States, UK, France, Italy, Spain and Taiwan.
Snom's German engineering is globally renowned for robust, high quality and feature-rich business telephones that are designed exclusively for the trained and certified professional IT and PBX installer. All of Snom’s products are universally compatible with leading PBX platforms operating under the SIP standard with over 4 million end-point installations globally. Snom products are sold through distributors to over 25,000 Snom Value Added Resellers across the world.
SNOM iO - Embracing a New Development Paradigm
Snom’s IP Phones offer unique features and capabilities that make businesses competitive. Snom’s new open development position with the launch of Snom iO is a natural progression to add value to our customers.
Snom iO_Snom_Whte Paper_updated 17July2017.pdf 123.33 kB
Sound design is an art form at Snom and is at the core of our development utilising some of the world's most advance voice quality engineering tools
Voice Quality_Snom_White Paper_updated 17July2017.pdf 140.96 kB
How to adopt an all IP network strategy
A Definitive Guide to Business Communications How to adopt an all IP network strategy moving away from analogue and digital (ISDN) telephone systems.
Selecting IP_Snom_Whte Paper_updated 17July2017.pdf 194.65 kB
Why is being German engineered important?
Originally German Engineering referred to engineering performed in Germany. Today it is used to differentiate higher class engineering and is associated with characteristics such as good design, reliability, ruggedness and durability.
GermanEngineering_Snom_White Paper Approved 25July2017.pdf 71.09 kB