NEC’s Unified Communications Solution package marks the intersection of stylish endpoints coveted by mobile workers with the high level of performance that arises out of the company’s long history in telephony.NEC’s Univerge Unified Communications Solution package marks the intersection of stylish endpoints coveted by mobile workers with the high level of performance that arises out of the company’s long history in telephony.How we tested NEC’s Unified Communications SolutionArchive of Network World tests In this Clear Choice Test — one in a series of tests conducted using the same test methodology and has included products from Avaya and 3Com – NEC’s UC platform showed itself to be well-fashioned (owing to the sleek appearance of its endpoints), well designed, feature-packed, secure and resilient.This hands-on evaluation included an example of each of NEC’s top-of-the-line UC endpoints (almost a dozen in total) including hard phones and softphone clients. These clients were connected to redundantly deployed SV7000 IP PBX communications servers running a hardened version of Windows 2003 Server.These SV7000 servers, which handle call routing and provide the basic PBX telephony functionality, came bundled with NEC’s SV7000T (Call Telephony server) and SV7000S (Session Initiation Protocol [SIP] Server) software. The underlying servers support SIP trunks, are XML… Read full this story
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