Panasonic, Metaswitch Complete SIP Phone Interop Testing

Panasonic has announced the successful completion of interoperability testing with Metaswitch Networks for its latest series of SIP-based telephones, including the KX-TGP600, KX-HDV330, KX-HDV230 and KX-HDV130.

The certification signals admission of these two Panasonic phone series into the Metaswitch Networks’ Mosaic Partner Program–so that hosted cloud-service providers using the Metaswitch platform can provide Panasonic’s KX-TGP600 and KX-HDV series phones to business customers.

Metaswitch Networks’ Mosaic Partner Program provides a framework for third-party vendors to ensure solutions are certified with the company’s platforms. To achieve certification, Panasonic’s SIP phones passed a variety of rigorous interoperability tests, including basic functionality, advanced calling features, scalability and reliability.

The Panasonic SIP cordless and desktop phones are designed to support both small-to-medium-sized business and enterprises, offering advanced features, simplified installation and flexibility to meet the demands of a wide variety of customers.

“At Panasonic, we are committed to providing the very best in quality, performance and interoperability solutions to our business customers of all sizes,” said Kim Murtagh, senior product manager for Panasonic unified communications. “We have a longstanding relationship with Metaswitch, and we’re pleased to announce the continued interoperability of our phones, ensuring our customers have the best tools to meet their communications needs.”

“Our goal is to give service providers the best tools to offer a single, all-IP platform for delivering data, voice and multimedia services,” added Brandon Harper, SVP of business development and channels, Metaswitch Networks. “Certification of Panasonic’s latest phones enables us to ensure that high-quality, fully-interoperable communications solutions are available to our service provider customers.”