Panasonic are a major supplier of business phone system technology, and many American telecommunication services use them to provide a variety of solutions to meet individual corporate needs.
They are a Japanese company (formerly known as Matsushita Electric Corporation), currently head quartered in Newark, NJ and have been based in North America since 1959.
Under the umbrella of Unified Communications, Panasonic provide an array of modern business equipment, including business phone systems, business phones, SIP communications, HD visual communications, classroom audio and other telecommunications services.
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The business phone systems that Panasonic currently provide are as follows:
Small/Home Office Business Phone Systems
Panasonic currently offer the KX-TA824, a compact PBX system designed with the small office/home office in mind.
The system allows for a network of up to 24 single line telephones and can connect up to 8 external lines. The KX-TA824 has built-in voicemail and the facility to connect up to 2 Direct Station Select (DSS) consoles.
While the KX-TA24 is not compatible with VoIP systems, it remains a possible solution for a small business looking to use their existing telephones with a simple, easy to use PBX system that does not take up a great deal of space.
IP Business Phone Systems
Panasonic currently supply a total of six different IP Business Phone systems, each with different capacities to meet a company's unique requirements.
They provide two Network Communication Platforms, the KX-NCP500 and the KX-NCP1000. Both units support up to 172 possible extensions, up to 128 external lines and 8 DSS consoles.
There is also a choice of three IP-PBX systems available, starting from the KX-TDE100 which offers up to a total of 128 extensions and 128 external CO lines.
The KX-TDE200 allows the same number of external lines, but can double the amount of extensions available.
Alternatively, the most powerful of the current range, the KX-TDE600, incorporates a modular, free slot design, allowing for future expansion for a growing business.
This model allows a maximum of 992 extensions, which can be expanded to 1152 with the Digital Extra Device Port (DXDP), and a maximum of 640 external lines.
The KX-NS1000 is Panasonic's IP Communication Platform, which allows up to a total of 1,000 extensions and 16 multi-site locations.
This modern system utilizes a centralized multi-site web based telephony/unified communication platform, a built-in backup solution and flexible deployment with VoIP, digital and SIP support.
The KX-NS1000 is designed to grow with your business and comes with an array of inbuilt and expandable features to meet a successful company's ever-increasing demands.
Digital Business Phone Systems
Panasonic currently offer the KX-TDA50G, which is a hybrid IP-PBX system, offering backwards compatibility with existing office technology as well as support for VoIP.
The KX-TDA50G offers a maximum of 24 possible extensions (expandable to 48 with DXDP) as well as 12 external lines.
It also provides centralized voicemail. This is a compact system, weighing less than 8 lbs and is designed to meet the needs of small businesses looking to integrate with modern technology.
Voice Mail Systems
Panasonic currently offer two voice mail systems, with ample storage for incoming calls. The KX-TVA50 is a lightweight option, offering storage for up to four hours of messages (expandable to eight) and 64 mailboxes.
Alternatively, the KX-TVA200 can record up to 1,000 hours of messages in a maximum of 1,024 mailboxes.
Both systems include the features of Automated Attendant Service, Call Screening, Caller ID services, Extension Numbering, Spanish Prompts and an unlimited amount of messages.
Panasonic supply a range of telephone units compatible with the above systems to provide the most efficient solution available.
These include a wide array of IP, multi-cell wireless, digital and analog phones, as well as a variety of accessories.
For example, the KX-NT400 is the most advanced IP phone currently offered by Panasonic, incorporating a 5.7 inch color touchscreen, providing access to numerous options including live camera feeds, Communications Assistant software with Voice Mail Assistant, Chat Screen to receive and send messages between NT400 users and Bluetooth support.
However, Panasonic also provide a range of older models which offer much in the way of functionality and versatility.
Panasonic's multi-cell wireless handsets offer versatility for staff members within a busy office, integrating follow-me/find-me features to easily track the person you need. Models range from the entry level KX-WT125/126 handsets to standard KX-TD handsets.
Designed to work with older generation and hybrid systems, Panasonic's range of KX-T analog phones remain a versatile solution, with programmable keys, easy call transfers, caller ID and speaker phone.
Panasonic business phone systems are provided exclusively through certified dealers, who will be able to provide individual consultation on the best Panasonic solution for you.