Panasonic resellers now have a fast-track way to migrate their customers onto a full IP platform whilst utilising existing analogue and digital technology.
The NS1020 is a legacy interface expansion cabinet for the NS1000 IP comms platform. It allows digital and analogue cards and devices to be installed to the maximum capacity of a hybrid NCP1000 – providing an integrated and cost effective solution for analogue and digital handsets to be installed onto an NS1000.
Paul Burn, Head of Category Sales at Nimans, says the NS1020 represents a significant step forward for Panasonic resellers. “It’s ideal for sites using perhaps an older TDA or NCP system for example. Their customers can migrate onto an IP solution but maintain their existing analogue handsets.
“This clever and cost effective solution is a powerful addition to a reseller’s sales armoury. It provides a pain free process for businesses that want to migrate to the power of the NS1000 whilst still using their existing equipment.”
He added: “The NS1020 completes the jigsaw puzzle and offers a very effective way to blur the boundaries between analogue, digital and IP technologies.”
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