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Covista International SIP products are certified with Panasonic telephony


Covista International SIP products are certified with Panasonic telephony
One of the leading telecoms services providers enterprise Covista Communications (CVST) has announced the successful completion of interoperability testing with Panasonic’s Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)-built cordless phone appliances KX-TPG500, KX-TGP550, KX-TPA50 and released its flagship product line “My Office in a Box” designed for the small office home office (SOHO) clients.
Solution “My Office in a Box” is an array of telecommunications solutions that ensures instant office communications with extreme ease of implementing, attached with numerous features, and being at very affordable price, as boast company officials. Delivered as a bundled cloud based product, ‘’My Office in a Box’’ enables users from any technical background to reveal all the benefits of VoIP. The solution incorporates the innovative Panasonic SIP DECT 6.0 technology to cover reliable, multi-handset mobility solution for SOHO customers. It includes a set of high-end PBX telephone systems with the convenience and cost savings of VoIP to offer features like automated attendant, unified communications, business continuity, and cutting down up to 50 percent on their regular telecom bill.My Office in a Box is a pre-configured solution, so it does not require cabling or professional installation, thus making it a real plug and play experience for the small business users. “The SOHO market of companies is changing the landscape of small business,” said Jeff Slater, COO of Covista, in an official statement. “A mere blip on the economic horizon a decade ago, the small office and home office market is the fastest growing part of the economy.” Recent statistical findings described spending on communications technologies in the SOHO market will go beyond $17 billion in 2015, and the overall spending tendencies in SOHO spending will demonstrate a 20 percent increase within the next five years. “We believe there is a small business communications void and our alliance with Panasonic will help strengthen and expand our product portfolio with a more robust, cost-effective, and simple to deploy small office solution,” Slater added. “The product alliance with Panasonic will play a huge role in the company’s everlasting efforts to grow up the channel and to develop a stronger market presence.” Panasonic Alliance is created to build up dedicated turnkey solutions for their so called Value Added Resellers (VARs), telecom agents and white label partners, so they can purchase all of their telephony gear from one place, know that it works, and be able to rely on a single point of contact for support. “We now have a small office and home office phone solution to add to our product portfolio which we will take to our distribution channel, who will offer the service nationwide,” said Kent Terpe, vice president of Channels and Alliances, in a statement.


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