Category Archives: Panasonic VOIP phone Systems
When Dr. Mark asked if there is anything newer and better, I showed him the Panasonic NSv solution. When he did the math, it revealed an expected savings of $3000.00 per year. Not a hard decision. His office staff can … Continue reading
The phones that you see in the pictures directly dial to the Philippines, Bali, Nevada, Florida, and other locations of this owner of the NS700. Headquarted in Costa Mesa, they are in touch all over the world.
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Rosell Surveying and Mapping chose to upgrade their old Panasonic digital system to the new NCP 500 IP PBX using the KX-NT553 IP network sets and the KX-TVA50 voice mail system. The new KX-NT553 is self labeling so no paper … Continue reading
Panasphere Premium Surfaces is a manufacturer of architecturally designed composite wall panel and decorative surfacing materials. All Panasphere panel products feature renewable wood fibers and are among the greenest materials available today. Panasphere has 3 product lines. Burl represents authentic … Continue reading
On Time Shutters and Blinds chose the Panasonic NCP500 for theer new location in Los Alamitos. Complete new cabling set up for easy implementation of the system as well as migration of the network. Time Warner provided the transition of … Continue reading
The BBQ Grill Outlet is the newest location for the growing chain of BBQ Grill Outlet stores. This store is hosted by the Panasonic NCP 500 IP PBX system. It connects via the internet connection using Telnes T1 giving connectivity … Continue reading
The BBQ Grill in Lake Forest is connected to the Headquarters with KX-NT343 IP Sets and a KX-TD7685 Cell phone all integrated into the KX-NCP500 system in Santa Ana. This architecture allows for easy communication between locations using their internet … Continue reading
The Stilwell Hotel is a landmark 100 year old building near Staples center in downtown Los Angeles. They chose the Panasonic KX-TDE600 to serve the more than 200 rooms in this historical building. The replacement of the existing system was … Continue reading