Voice Carrier (News - Alert), LLC has announced that its IntelliSIP session initiation protocol (SIP) trunking service is now available to all Panasonic dealers and customers, as the service has successfully completed interoperability testing with a suite of Panasonic PBX (News - Alert) solutions, including KX-TDA50, KX-TDE100/200/600 and KX-NCP500/1000.
Voice Carrier is a provider of enterprise-grade VoIP services to businesses of all sizes. Its portfolio aims to empower the VoIP phone service market by offering scalable, hosted, VoIP (voice over Internet protocol), virtual PBX / phone systems, and enterprise-grade IntelliSIP SIP trunking services.
The IntelliSIP service from Voice Carrier provides local and long-distance service with cloud-based redundancy. It also features pooled trunking for multi-site chain and franchise businesses.
With IntelliSIP service, users can retain existing IP/non-IP business communication systems and phones; preserve and easily port existing phone numbers; optimize Internet bandwidth investment; connect and add remote offices, extensions and employees; and more.
With IntelliSIP trunking service completing interoperability testing with a suite of Panasonic (News - Alert) PBX solutions, businesses can reduce their monthly phone bills, while extending the functionality of their existing PBX.
Gary Johnson (News - Alert), CEO, Voice Carrier, said in a statement that the company worked very closely with Panasonic to ensure interoperability between Panasonic’s KX-TDE/NCP and KX-TDA50 products and Voice Carrier's IntelliSIP trunking service. With this interoperability certification, the company’s channel partners will be able to offer a more cost effective and intelligent SIP phone service to their existing and future Panasonic customers.
Johnson added, "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."
"Panasonic works closely with its partners to provide scalable telephony products and IP enabled communication solutions that have been verified as interoperable to ensure customers have the features and reliability they need to improve business communications,” said Kim Murtagh, product manager for Panasonic business telephone systems and SIP Communications. "Panasonic 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."
Voice Carrier has successfully completed compliance testing with other PBX manufacturers in the industry as well.
Edited by Blaise McNamee