Business telephone system provider Panasonic has launched its latest IP business telecommunication server KX-NS1000, which is available at $8500.
The new IP business telecommunications platform integrates with existing communication infrastructures to offer users a flexible solution capable of scaling and adapting to meet the changing needs of today’s fast-paced business environment, the company said in a statement.
Along with KX-NS1000, Panasonic also introduced a new series of IP and digital telephones to compliment the full suite of connection options. The new KX-NT550 series achieves high-definition sound and supports the full range of business telephone system features, the company said.
Panasonic also claims the new KX-DT500 series of digital telephones delivers significant improvements in voice quality.
The KX-NS1000 comes with a 2-year warranty and is available immediately through authorized resellers at an MSRP of $8500 for a standard 30 user configuration. The KX-DT500 and KX-NT550 series are available immediately starting at an MSRP of $200 and $299, respectively.
KX-NS1000 is a pure IP-based communications system, which maximizes the advantages associated with Internet telephony communication, helping lower overall communications costs and offering a high return on investment with its grow-as-you-go capabilities.
Advanced features include support for new high-definition voice quality telephones and integration with desktop applications for Unified Communications, Presence, Chat Over Communications Assistant and third-party applications such as Commsoft or Poltys.
Features such as call grouping and call routing ensure that all calls are routed to the appropriate person regardless of their location; headquarters, branch or home office. Besides, customers are no longer required to have multiple contact numbers for users who also have a cell phone, allowing mobile phones to be used just like office extensions.
The KX-NS1000 Business Communication Server also integrates with Panasonic’s full line of IP and SIP-based desktop phones as well as our business DECT handsets.
“It is a good choice for small offices with a few dozen users, but can easily scale to support larger enterprises with multiple locations and more than 1000 users. Its One-look Networking feature enables customers to streamline their communications infrastructure by integrating multiple locations into one network,” said Kim Murtagh, product manager, Panasonic.