Panasonic Showcases Award Winning SIP Telephony Solutions at AstriCon 2011

Panasonic is showcasing an extensive range of IP telephony solutions at AstriCon in Panasonic booth #204 at the Westin Westminster in Denver, Colorado, October 25-27.

As an AstriCon 2011 Gold sponsor, Panasonic is demonstrating a broad range of SIP telephones including SIP Cordless Phone Systems and KX-UT series which are interoperable with Asterisk's open source PBX. Panasonic's SIP telephones work with the Asterisk platform which offers both classical PBX functionality and advanced UC features.

In its seventh year, AstriCon is the longest running conference devoted to the Digium Asterisk communications platform. AstriCon brings together open source enthusiasts, from coders and system integrators to service providers and enterprise IT professionals, who are looking for an in-depth understanding of Asterisk open source technology.

Panasonic's SIP Phone Systems:

The Panasonic SIP Cordless Phone System is a small business communication solution that offers the flexibility of convenient expansion as a company grows. The KX-TGP500 system features a wall-mountable base unit and one cordless handset. Expandable up to six DECT 6.0 cordless handsets, the model supports up to eight phone numbers and three simultaneous calls. It boasts Wide Band Audio (G.722) and five hours Talk Time, 10 days Standby. Its elegant design features a white backlit large LCD on the handset and a Handset locator button on the base unit. It also has a handset speakerphone, 2.5mm headset jack and belt clip.

The KX-TGP550 model has all the features and benefits of the KX-TGP500 and adds a corded base unit with a large white backlit LCD, plus a Hands-Free Speaker phone, Handset Call Button on the base unit, and one-touch call transfer with Busy Lamp Indication.

Also on display, the Panasonic KX-UT series offers a cost-effective communications solution for businesses of all sizes that leverages the latest developments in Hosted and Open Source PBX technologies and is designed to complement a company's existing communication infrastructure. Most models feature two data ports so users can connect a second network device without the time and expense of running an additional Ethernet cable. The KX-UT series models are Power over Ethernet ready which eliminates the need for additional electrical adaptors. Wide-band, high-definition audio (G.722 codec) coupled with echo cancellation and an expanded acoustic chamber allows the KX-UT series to offer crisp sound quality for crystal clear conversation.

Panasonic is also previewing the new KX-UT670, a highly expandable corded SIP phone with a seven-inch color LCD touch screen function that will help to transform business communication. Additional key features include HD Voice (G.722), two Ethernet ports, 3-way conference calling, IP camera integration, full duplex speakerphone, 100 entry phonebook and PoE ready.

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