Panasonic joins the VoiceFlex family

The battle to secure market share in the growing SIP trunking application arena moved up a gear today with announcements from VoIP Unlimited and Voiceflex.

Networking company Voiceflex has announced full SIP trunking interconnection with Panasonic Telephony platforms.

Paul Taylor of Voiceflex says Panasonic has been dynamic within the voice industry since deregulation in the 80’s. “Their products’ reputation for build quality and reliability is well known, not only within the channel but also by the many thousands of consumers who have installed Panasonic products.

Over the last 6 months Panasonic has performed extensive testing with Voiceflex’s SIP trunks over the open internet. This is in readiness for the application release at the end of Quarter 3.”

The Panasonic KX-TDA15 and KX-TDA30 IP PBX systems have been approved with support for either 4 or 8 VoiceFlex SIP trunks enabling not only a low cost trunk and call rate service but also; number porting, UK, US and European number provision and disaster recovery application, (automatic switching between SIP and ISDN/PSTN trunks).