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Panasonic has announced the launch of the KX-NSX, the newest addition to its range of business communication systems, designed to give businesses the flexibility to connect with their customers wherever they are and from whatever device they are using.

The KX-NSX is an affordable multi-connection PBX server with centralised management capabilities, which supports between 50 and 2000 users across 32 sites. It can manage multiple devices simultaneously and seamlessly route office calls to a mobile using a single number.



Welsh Government Minister Julie James has visited Panasonic Business’ European Service Centre in Cardiff which is celebrating its 10th anniversary. 


The site on Wharfedale Road, Pentwyn was established in 2006 and houses a repair centre, field support team and multi-language helpdesk to cater for B2B customers across Europe.



Panasonic, the National Trust’s technology partner, has played a key part in supporting the National Trust’s video conferencing trial.

The six month trial involved the conservation charity’s regional team in the North, who regularly travel between five different hubs, zig-zagging to meetings from Newcastle in the East to Manchester in the West.


Panasonic has added two new models to its flatbed scanner range, designed to increase efficiency for a range of different businesses.

Aimed at finance, hospitality, healthcare and legal enterprises, the A3 colour document scanners (KV-S7077 and KV-S7097) deliver high speeds without compromising on quality.

The S7077 offers fast duplex and simplex scanning at up to 75 ppm, while the enhanced S7097 offers up to 95 ppm, even at 300 dpi quality. Both models benefit from an automatic document feeder (ADF), flatbed area and 200-sheet paper capacity.