Panasonic announces interoperability for SIP phones with CoreDial

Panasonic System Networks Company of
America, a provider of business and home telephone systems, 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.

Ideal for both home office and business
environments, Panasonic’s SIP phone systems offer the flexibility of cordless
or corded models while supporting a wide range of business class features
provided by the CoreDial platform. The KX-TGP500/550 systems offer convenient,
cordless designs that eliminate the need to run dedicated network wiring to
each employee work station while incorporating DECT 6.0 to ensure no
interference with wireless networks.

The new KX-UT Series is designed to
complement a company’s existing communication infrastructure and offer end-user
savings with features including two data ports, PoE and lower power consumption
while in ECO mode. All Panasonic SIP models are HD Voice enabled, allowing for
outstanding voice quality, and offer flexible system expandability.

“CoreDial is excited about the
opportunity and value created by this alliance with Panasonic,” said Alan
Rihm, CEO at CoreDial.

“The Panasonic SIP Phones are
feature-rich and cost effective, and provide an extremely competitive solution
for business customers. As the cloud software and services platform behind many
of today’s hosted PBX, VoIP and SIP trunking service providers, CoreDial’s
platform makes it easy and affordable for our partners to sell, deliver,
manage, and invoice for services. We expect that our partners will find many
opportunities where Panasonic is the best solution for the end-user customer’s
needs,” Rihm added.

With flexible configuration options, it has
never been easier to deploy and expand a Panasonic SIP-based phone system with
CoreDial’s Hosted PBX platform. The reduced hardware costs and simplicity of
routing calls over an Internet connection can add up to huge savings on monthly
telephone bills, thus enabling all business environments to take advantage of a
larger variety of business-class features such as call forwarding, intercom and
conferencing, voicemail and more.

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