Panasonic announces new wireless SIP phone

Panasonic Business has announced its latest addition to the KX-TGP600 SIP DECT cordless phone line-up, with the KX-TPA68 designed to offer easy to use and flexible communication solutions for small to large businesses.

Released in June 2019, the KX-TPA68 wireless phone system features real-time shared call appearances, allowing users to easily pick up, retrieve, and join calls from lines shared across multiple KX-TPA68 cordless desk phones registered to the same TGP600 base units. 

At full capacity, this enables employees to connect up to eight cordless desktop phones per base station, with additional reach provided across the desktop and cordless handsets when employees opt for additional repeaters. Up to six repeaters can be connected either in star mode or up to three in daisy chain.

To engage users and ensure intuitive communication, the screen is equipped with a 3.5 inch colour LCD and 18 self-labeling flexible function keys, arranged as 3 pages of six keys. Memory for up to 500 phone numbers is provided, meaning that phone users can easily search directories.

In addition, the KX-TPA68 features high-quality sound, with a full duplex speaker-phone and 60 per cent wider voice volume than the comparable previous generation model. An upgraded noise reduction feature automatically adjusts the received audio volume in loud environments.

Frank Nijholt, Product Marketing Manager, Panasonic Communication Solutions said, "as the market for business communications continues to rise, Panasonic Business is excited to introduce the KX-TPA68 as the solution to enhanced collaboration and business productivity. With an intuitive LCD screen, noise reduction capabilities, and the potential to connect up to eight cordless phones, we aim to provide an engaging platform for a range of users working with the TGP600 eco-system."

For more information from Panasonic Business Communication Solutions, please visit: https://business.panasonic.co.uk/communication-solutions/

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