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Date: 25 November 2014
Category: Unified Communications
Melbourne, 25 November 2014 - NEC Australia, a leading technology solutions and services company, has announced the Australian launch of the UNIVERGE SV9000 series next generation communications servers and a new family of DT series handsets.
The new UNIVERGE SV 9000 series includes the SV9100, SV9300 and SV9500 communication platforms, offering Australian customers an integrated unified communications (UC) solution encompassing voice, video, presence, instant messaging, unified messaging, contact centre, collaboration and mobility.
NEC Australia has also announced the Australian launch of the new DT range of desktop handsets that provide unprecedented voice quality and support the demands of any business, such as multi-line, touch screen, colour, gigabit networking and consoles.
Each tier in the SV9000 series is built for simple management and flexible deployment, with feature sets and the scalability to meet the needs of all Australian small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) to large enterprise.
The powerful UNIVERGE SV9500 platform for enterprise customers is available as a dedicated appliance or a virtualised application, helping customers to deploy UC applications faster and at a lower cost, while increasing performance and availability. The highly scalable SV9500 enables video and audio conferencing, messaging, directory, presence, contact centre, soft phones and mobile clients.
The UNIVERGE SV9300 and SV9100 server appliances are purpose-built for easy and flexible deployment, while offering feature rich UC and voice capabilities that provide SMB customers a competitive edge.
“The SV9000 series enhances workforce productivity and delivers staff a seamless experience from the desktop to mobile. Simply put, the platform places control over communications in the hands of employees, providing them access to corporate directories, phone calls, presence and the ability to instantly communicate no matter where they are,” said Andy Hurt, Executive General Manager, Unified Communications Solutions at NEC Australia.
NEC Australia works hard to protect customers’ investments in existing hardware while helping them leverage the latest features and capabilities. To this end, the SV9000 series will in most cases allow customers on NEC’s legacy platforms to upgrade, bringing forward existing hardware and licences, for a fraction of the cost of buying a new system.
“Customers shouldn’t need to re-buy everything just because a new version is available or suffer with technology that no longer supports their business goals,” said Andy Hurt. “With the SV9000 series we’ve proudly focused on delivering the best total cost of ownership experience to customers."
Additionally, through an extensive partner network, NEC Australia can design, customise and implement an SV9000-based solution that meets the specific business requirements of any customer.
Visit sv9000.nec.com.au for more information.
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