XO Communications Inc. and Panasonic System Networks Company of America announced Thursday that the Panasonic Network Communications Platform and TDE converged IP PBX series of IP business telephone systems have been certified to work with XO’s SIP trunking solution, XO SIP.
XO SIP uses Session Initiation Protocol signaling and a native IP-based facility to manage all traffic between a customer’s IP-PBX system, the XO IP network and the PSTN. The service eliminates the need for businesses to maintain multiple access facilities for voice and data services and for protocol conversions.
XO SIP includes dedicated Internet access with dynamic bandwidth allocation; unlimited local calling; unlimited site-to-site calling for multilocation customers with IP Flex, IP Flex with VPN and XO SIP locations; long-distance calling with choice of calling plans; optional Voice Compression; and online feature management through the XO Business Center
Panasonic’s NCP is an all-in-one solution for communication, collaboration and monitoring in an industry-standard 19-inch rack. Available models include the KX-NCP500 with up to 68 extensions and KX-NCP1000 with up to 108 extensions. The converged IP PBX systems include the KX-TDE600 with up to 1,152 Extensions, the KX-TDE200 with up to 256 extensions, and the KX-TDE100 with up to 128 extensions.
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February 24 2018 @ 12:15:30 UTC