KWEBBL has certified Panasonic’s SIP and PBX range for use with its unified cloud communication platform to offer customers an integrated, high quality telephony solution.
The partnership further enhances the usability and connectivity of Panasonic’s communication equipment, which can be easily integrated with Kwebbl’s hosted telephony service platform to offer a flexible and efficient business communications solution.
Certified products include Panasonic’s complete range of KX-HDV desk phones, with features such as multiway video communication (KX-HDV430); and the complete series of TGP cordless handsets, which allow up to 8 DECT handsets and 8 simultaneous calls (KX-TGP600).
In addition, Panasonic has certified its NS and NSX smart hybrid PBX communication servers for use with Kwebbl SIP Trunk services to provide a seamless integration. This certification provides confidence to resellers, system integrators and end-customers alike that the solution can be simply and efficiently deployed and maintained.
Ab Trik, CEO and Co-Owner of Kwebbl said, “With this certification, we can offer Panasonic clients all the advantages of the latest cloud and telecommunications technologies. For end–users, this means a more intuitive and improved user experience and for IT and telecom resellers it delivers a simple to deploy multi-tenant architecture. We are glad that Panasonic, a manufacturer and distributor of high-class communications equipment, has agreed to partner with Kwebbl.”
“Panasonic’s latest partnership with Kwebbl showcases our on-going innovation to provide quick and easy communication solutions,” added Raphael Studer, European Business Development Manager for Panasonic Business Communication Solutions. “With the integration of Kwebbl’s cloud platform, our customers will be impressed to see how the latest telephony networks can be quickly and easily deployed, with a high standard of connectivity.”
Panasonic’s SIP and PBX range, alongside Kwebbl’s cloud communications platform, are currently available for purchase in the Netherlands and Belgium, with expansion to other European markets expected in Winter 2019.