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Panasonic Announces New Connectivity Service for Mobile Workforce

By Ken Briodagh October 19, 2017

Panasonic System Communications Company of North America, a provider of mobile computing solutions for the workplace, has unveiled its P.180 connectivity service, wcich is designed to be a seamless, end-to-end connectivity platform. It reportedly works on a global network with no roaming fees and predictable pricing.

“For two decades, Panasonic has built a well-earned reputation as a leader in mobile innovation. Today’s announcement represents the latest step in our continued commitment to redefining mobility and opening up the next chapter of mobile productivity,” said Victoria Obenshain, VP, Wireless Strategy, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America. “Increasingly, we’ve seen customers with highly mobile workforces looking for a seamless, reliable solution that ensures connectivity here in the U.S. and around the world. With Panasonic P.180 connectivity service, we’re answering that need with a service backed by the Panasonic legacy of delivering intuitive, responsive products that demonstrate a deep understanding of how work gets done.”

Panasonic P.180 connectivity service enables seamless Tier 1 connectivity across global borders under a single Panasonic Connected Solutions service umbrella. Additionally, Panasonic P.180 service is designed to be a scalable solution offering a connectivity platform for workforces of any size and delivering a level playing field for global communications, as well as creating a central hub for any organization looking to extend its reach into the IoT.

The service network is powered by Cubic Telecom’s eSIM technology and global connectivity platform, which spans more than 180 countries and nearly 25 mobile operator partnerships, with fully integrated networks around the world.

“In today’s era of always-on, real-time communication, seamless and reliable connectivity is vital for business productivity,” said Barry Napier, CEO, Cubic Telecom. “Panasonic has selected Cubic Telecom to meet the global connectivity demands of enterprises and their employees who depend on Panasonic’s family of rugged mobility devices. By combining Cubic's innovative software and global communications platform with Panasonic's world-class mobility solutions, organizations can empower their global workforces to achieve new levels of efficiency and effectiveness. Together, Panasonic and Cubic Telecom are committed to delivering next level productivity and a seamless user experience to businesses around the globe.”
Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

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