Panasonic announces interoperability certification for SIP telephones sith Vintalk

 


Panasonic System Networks, a provider of business and home telephone systems,
announced that Vintalk has certified the Panasonic SIP Phone Systems, The TGP
series and UT series, for use with their Hosted IP PBX and SIP Trunking
solutions.

 


This alliance is expected to leverage Panasonic’s global leadership in the DECT
cordless telephone market with Vintalk’s best-of-breed Voice over Internet
Protocol (VoIP) network, adding up to a winning combination.

 


“For many companies, the Panasonic solution offers a lower up front
capital outlay without sacrificing quality or features such as high definition
voice,” said Jayson Jones, SVP Business Development, Vintalk.

 


With flexible configuration options, it has never been easier to deploy
Panasonic SIP phones with Vintalk’s Hosted IP PBX or SIP Trunking solutions.
The reduced hardware costs and simplicity of routing calls over an internet
connection, VoIP, can add up to significant savings on monthly telephone bills.

 


This enables the home office or small business environments to take advantage
of a larger variety of business-class features such as call forwarding,
intercom, conferencing, voicemail to email, fax to email, and many more unified
communications tools.

 


Panasonic System Networks recently announced that CoreDial has certified Panasonic’s line of SIP Phones, the
KX-TGP500, KX-TGP550, KX-UT113-B, KX-UT123-B, KX-UT133-B and KX-UT136-B, for
use with their Hosted PBX telephony platform.

 


By Telecomlead.com Team
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