Panasonic showcases powerful IP-PBX business communications solution at its 2014 Business Systems Roadshow

Version 3 of the KX-NS1000 offers stronger collaboration features and greater return on investment

6th May 2014


Panasonic Business Systems has introduced Version 3 of its KX-NS1000 neXTGen business communications server. This update is designed to improve return on investment and enable greater business communication efficiency in SME and multi-site enterprises.

The NS1000 integrates business operations and helps truly unify communications and messaging including voicemail, fax and email whilst delivering additional benefits for call centres and providing conferencing solutions.

Dependable, Flexible Solutions for Real Business Needs

The NS1000 can be used together with partner application solutions to provide full contact centre functionality. Conference solutions improve internal communications and can reduce the high costs associated with business travel, whilst Multi-Site DECT with high quality audio and noise reduction capabilities together with paging enables personnel working within different sites to remain in continuous communication with colleagues even when mobile. The new capabilities of the NS1000 system software update empowers businesses and enables employees to collaborate anytime, anywhere.

Hybrid Legacy Interoperability and System Future Proofing

The NS1000 can handle both IP and a mix of IP and legacy terminals. By connecting existing Panasonic Hybrid PBX systems with the KX-NS1000, it is possible to efficiently obtain expandability and flexibility for hybrid and legacy platform with digital lines and terminals, as well as leverage the built-in Unified Messaging features of the NS1000. This enables businesses that have yet to migrate to IP to gain from the advantages of undertaking a soft migration.

The system also allows companies to add activation keys to flexibly increase capacity or functionality when required according to business growth. Supporting multi-site networking that helps businesses with today’s constant demand for diversified and distributed growth, the NS1000 offers an excellent future proof platform that grows with the business’ needs.

Business Communication Survivability

Support for Business Communications Survivability provides peace of mind to busy decision makers, employees and support staff. In the unlikely event the master unit fails, a pre-programmed slave unit can act as the backup master unit. There is also an ‘Isolated Mode’ which means that if a slave unit fails to connect to the master, all local extensions, trunks and UM remain functional. This resiliency addresses customer reservations to multi-site deployments and aims to reduce the unnecessary support costs which businesses implementing such systems often incur.

Unified Messaging and Voicemail and other Communications

The NS1000 brings together a set of unified messaging features and scalability options with 1024 voicemail boxes and up to 1000 hours1 of storage capacity to fulfil the needs of even some of the largest operations. Businesses handling a regular stream of inbound and outbound fax, will be pleased to note that business fax requirements can also be handled via an upgradable optional fax server card2.

The NS1000 can be coupled with a range of attractive and streamlined conventional wired phones and DECT wireless terminals supporting HD audio. SIP phones enhance personal communications, with excellent HD quality audio on all models through the range, combined with low power consumption and easy access to powerful supporting features. Alternatively the IP proprietary telephones are designed for business people who require a range of feature-rich telephony devices to match their constantly changing business needs. Smartphones and tablet computers can also be seamlessly integrated, allowing you to enjoy all the benefits that working on your own device offers.

The NS1000 is available from Panasonic Unified Communications distributors and dealers. For more information contact Panasonic on 132 600 or visit


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