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Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Panasonic Rolls Out Fresh UC Offerings

Panasonic has announced a series of new products, including the next-generation KX-NS700G compact hybrid communications platform, the KX-NTV150 and KX-NTV160 indoor/outdoor IP communication cameras and the UC Mobility application software.

“The new suite of communications solutions offers even more flexibility and greater integration with our products and platforms, which is exactly what our business customers need,” said Gary Moeller, product manager, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America. “The new KX-NS700G is pre-packaged and designed to support a small business environment, while the KX-NTV series camera phones provide a unique indoor/outdoor surveillance solution – and the UC Mobility software ties it all together with convenient, on-the-go accessibility. Plus, an added bonus is that all new product lines are designed to seamlessly work with the entire NS series making for easier installation and flexible expandability.”

Panasonic’s KX-NS700G is a small compact hybrid communication solution, and the newest server from the KX-NS700 line. Prepackaged and designed to support the small business marketplace, it offers users flexible access to their communications systems and comes equipped to support up to six analog phone lines; 18 digital, four IP proprietary and four single-line telephones; two channels of unified messaging and up to 500 mailboxes.

In addition, the KX-NTV150 and KX-NTV160 IP camera communication solutions are designed for indoor and outdoor surveillance. The KX-NTV series uses combined HD video and audio channels thanks to a built-in camera, speakerphone and web-viewer features. The KX-NTV150’s portability and wireless connectivity capabilities allow for an extremely easy set up in any location. The new solution also offers surveillance and recording features, and the ability to connect to mobile devices remotely and on demand. They also have an IP43 rating including dust and rain protection.

And finally, when connected to the Panasonic KX-NS business communication server series, the UC Mobility client gives users advanced functionality – voice call, video call, chat, presence-sharing and image-sharing. Acting as a PBX extension, now anywhere a business’ mobile workforce is operating, communication remains clear, constant and cost-effective.

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