Speaking on the occasion, Panasonic Business Head-PBX, Ashish Dhole said, ''Our new range is offering a basket of products that BPO, call centre, networking and software companies will find useful.'' The Company's range of IP (Internet Protocol) enabled PBX and IP phones are powered with the latest SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) which facilitate integration with conventional telecom systems like ISDN and analog lines. Existing Panasonic Hybrid KX-TDA PBX systems can be upgraded by replacement of the main card.
Also launched was the company's range of Network cameras available in ''Living'' series for home security and ''Business'' series for office surveillance. The cameras have an in-built web server that facilitate remote control and can be connected to an IP network for wireless transmission of images and commands.
The new range will be launched in phases starting with the metros followed by other cities and towns in June.
Panasonic, which has a 15 per cent share in the communications market, will aim to increase its share to 30 percent with the new range, Mr Dhole added.