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Panasonic has released new SIP phone KX-UT 670


Panasonic has released new SIP phone KX-UT 670
VoIP technology giant Panasonic, being the leader in industry of small business designed phone systems, has released the KX-UT670 Smart Desk Phone which continues the company’s current portfolio of SIP UT Series telephones. New hardware boasts complete operating, open source, system as well as a Web browser, big colour LCD Touch screen and HD wideband voice and high quality HD video.
It is fully compatible with Broadsoft, Asterisk) and Metaswitch; as well as can be expandable to six SIP terminals; device has the ability to utilize Bluetooth. “As a famous and reliable name in consumer electronics, and a leader in the business telephone market, Panasonic is focused to deliver innovative telephony solutions to enhance business efficiency,” said Bill Savino, marketing manager for business communication applications at Panasonic System Communications Company of North America. “By integrating open source technology in the new KX-UT670 SIP phone, we are expanding the boundaries of the future of business communications while still delivering business owners well proven, flexible and cost-effective applications that they have come to know from Panasonic. Also, we are opening up new possibilities for telecommunications developers to move into a growing industry segment and effectively enhance business telecommunications solutions. ”Within the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), recently held in Las Vegas, participants acquired a firsthand understanding of Panasonic’s most modern product. The KX-UT670 is capable of enhancing operations in a numerous verticals such as retail, education, healthcare and other spheres. The SIP phone operates with the use of the high-quality video (H.264/720P) viewer and up to 16 integrated Panasonic Network Security Cameras, so that operators and administrators in retail environments can view a store with their desk phone from a back office or even from home. Additionally, a school administrator can use the phone to verify the situation that has gotten out of hand in a classroom. At the end of last year, Kim Murtagh, being the product manager of SIP End Points at Panasonic, has discussed the latest releases. According to Murtagh, Panasonic foresee that this SIP phone will have the assumed potential of finding a niche everywhere, from an SMB to a major Fortune 500 enterprise. “The basic difference with this phone is that it makes us to have the ability to work with third-party application developers and help enhance the end user experience with applications,” Murtagh stated then.. “This one is really core for us,” she added. “There is no other phone out there that takes all of these pieces and collaborates them together so smoothly and when you add the ability for us to add in those other products that are Panasonic, it really now gives that dealer, that customer, the ability to bring forward a full solution to their customer base.” Other effective capabilities of the KX-UT670 include a big, seven-inch LCD touch screen that enables an easy access to control phone features and installed applications. The open source-based operating system is also adjustable in Java, one of the most popular programming languages, which empowers companies to implement numerous business-friendly applications or develop ones which are specifically designed to fit their needs. Moreover, applications can be easily loaded onto the phone using the built-in SD Memory Card Slot. Users can also take advantage of Web browsing, access email directly from their phone and check daily calendar appointments.


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