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November 26, 2013

Voice Carrier's IntelliSIP Trunking Service Completes Interoperability Testing with Panasonic PBX Solutions


By Nathesh SIP Trunking Report Contributor



Voice Carrier, a provider of enterprise-grade VoIP services, asserted that its IntelliSIP Trunking Service has been certified to be operable with a suite of Panasonic PBX solutions.


Voice Carrier explained that its IntelliSIP Trunking Service lets enterprise users to retain their existing IP / Non-IP business communication systems and phones and conserve their existing phone numbers. The solution can be deployed to make one’s internet bandwidth investment more beneficial and can also be leveraged to enable enterprise-grade call with services with cloud-based redundancy along with the ability to seamlessly connect and add remote offices, extension and employees.

Already rated ‘Avaya Compliant’, the IntelliSIP delivers the advantages of the Voice Carrier enterprise grade service without incurring the costs of replacing users’ existing phones and PBX equipment. And the interoperability certification is slated to bring down the operating expenses for businesses and allows Panasonic users to fully use of Voice Carrier’s SIP Trunking services.

Panasonic stated that it recently completed testing and certified Voice Carrier with the following Panasonic IP and digital telephony communication models – the KX-TDA50, KX-TDE100/200/600 and KX-NCP500/1000. Its objective is to provide its customers with interoperable solutions that can enhance their business communications.

Gary Johnson, chief executive officer at Voice Carrier, said, “We worked very closely with Panasonic to ensure interoperability between the KX-TDE/NCP and KX-TDA50 products and Voice Carrier’s IntelliSIP trunking service so that our channel partners can actively position a more cost effective and intelligent SIP phone service to their existing and future Panasonic customers. Our industry leading monthly commissions that we pay to our resellers on their customers’ monthly phone service, coupled with the reduction in the customers’ monthly expenses is a win-win proposition.”

Recently Toshiba and Voice Carrier certify interoperability of IPedge business telephone systems with Voice Carrier’s IntelliSIP Trunking




Edited by Ryan Sartor
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