NEC unveils UNIVERGE SV9000 series communication servers

27th January 2015 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

NEC-logoNew Delhi, 27th Jan, 2015: NEC India Pvt. Ltd., a leading IT and network solution provider, has launched its UNIVERGE SV9000 series communication servers. UNIVERGE SV9000 series is the latest line of communications servers launched in India. The new offerings from NEC will include the SV9100, SV9300, and SV9500 platforms.

The UNIVERGE SV9000 series of servers targets customers ranging from small and mid-sized businesses(SMBs) to large enterprise customers. Along with these, the company also launches new terminals, including the DT800 and DT400 series. NEC India will also be launching the UT880, an innovative new-generation desk phone integrating a traditional desktop phone and a tablet into one unified device.

NEC India Managing Director Koichiro Koide said, “We are extremely delighted to bring the global standards of a powerful line up of solutions to India with the launch of UNIVERGE SV9000 series. NEC has always believed in designing and developing its solutions to simplify our customers’ needs. With the latest innovation in the communication solutions, we are aiming to strengthen and simplify business in India.”

NEC UNIVERGE SV9000 series communication serversDesigned for enterprise customers, the SV9500 communications server is available as virtualized software providing the first full evolution of the SV enterprise-grade telephony system. The product supports virtualization, enabling businesses to absorb UC over a private cloud or a public cloud or over a hybrid cloud. Additionally, the product is interoperable with 3rd party devices and solutions, enabling businesses to adopt UC as per their pace instead of a fork lift investment.

Since the SV9500 is available as both a dedicated appliance and as software, enterprise customers can choose the solution that best fits their business strategy. NEC UNIVERGE SV9000 Series will bring UC to all three segments of businesses; SMBs, mid-market and large enterprises.

Shailendra Soni, Industry Principal, ICT Practice, Asia Pacific, Frost & Sullivan, said “The UNIVERGE SV9000 series greatly simplifies the installation of UC solutions and has made it easier for IT managers to manage UC solutions.

NEC has given its installed base of UNIVERGE SV8000 Series and earlier versions a compelling reason to migrate to its newest technology and has carved opportunities for its partners to upgrade their installed base and enter into new vertical markets.”The new SV9300 platform isan option suitable for mid-sized enterprises.TheSV9100 offering is designed as an all-in-one unified communications (UC)platform for SMBs, with simplified installation and management.

NEC is adopting an aggressive approach to vertical markets, such as hospitality, healthcare and education by offering a broad set of UC applications, including mobility and web conferencing. In addition, the SV9000 series continues to support powerful customer care solutions.

Details on availability of the SV9000 series of servers and the new terminals are available with NEC’s regional office.

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