Panasonic debuts Next-Generation SIP Phones for hosted and open source system

Panasonic iPro Smart HD

Panasonic iPro Smart HD

NEWARK, NJ (May 13, 2014) – Panasonic, a leading provider of business telephone systems, announced today the KX-UTG200B and KX-UTG300B (Session Initiated Protocol) SIP phones, the latest additions to its lineup of advanced UT Series SIP-based telephones. Designed to enhance communications and lower operating expenses, the new SIP endpoints provide businesses an affordable and user-friendly SIP telephony solution with plug and play simplicity and flexible configuration options.

Panasonic’s new KX-UTG200B and KX-UTG300B SIP phones are fully interoperable with leading hosted and open-sourced based IP PBX platforms providing a range of enterprise-class functionality to business customers such as: call forwarding, intercom, voicemail to email, fax to email, dial by name directory, multiple extensions, one touch conferencing, and many more unified communications tools.

Key features of KX-UTG200B & KX-UTG300B SIP phones include:

  • Large 5-inch WVGA and 3.5-inch QVGA color graphical TFT LCD display screens with capacitive touch[ii]
  • Certification on BroadSoft® Metaswitch®, and Digium® Unified Communications platforms
  • High-definition, wide-band voice (handset, headset and full duplex speaker phone) for crisp, precise sound quality
  • 2-Gigabit Ethernet ports, class 2 PoE (Power over Ethernet) for simplified wiring and connecting a second device
  • 24 programmable keys (three pages of eight), navigator and cancel keys
  • 1,000 phone book entries, 300 placed call/300 received call/300 missed call log entries
  • Three-party conferencing