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NEC to showcase latest in communications and collaboration at CeBIT Australia 2011

NEC to showcase latest in communications and collaboration at CeBIT Australia 2011

Date: 17 May 2011
Category: Events

NEC Australia will have a big presence at this year’s CeBIT Australia, with a centre piece stand featuring live demos of its Unified Communications and Collaboration (UC&C) product suite.

As mobility and social media drive behavioural changes in society, NEC will be demonstrating how its solutions can enhance the ability for businesses to adopt more effective communication and collaboration practices.

At its exhibition stand, C10, NEC Australia will demonstrate:

  • its new Unified Communications and Collaboration (UC&C) architecture – which allows rich communications functionality to be embedded in any business application
  • its new Cloud PBX solution – a fully featured UC software application and voice platform capable of scaling to a business’ needs – Voice, Unified Messaging, Unified Communications and Video
  • a next-generation business-grade video conferencing unit– deployed on-premise or in the cloud
  • communications clients running on a range of tablet and mobile devices with live demos, including a prototype high quality NEC handset that allows you to dock an Android tablet for all of your Unified Communications needs.

NEC specialists will be on hand to answer questions and to run through the demos.

Alan Hyde, NEC Australia’s Managing Director, will be presenting on the topic “Collaboration in a Connected World” during the Executive briefing track on Tuesday 31 May at 2.20pm.

As technology permeates through every facet of our personal and business lives, Alan will explain what behavioural changes in society can have on collaboration and the impact these changes are having on businesses.

Mr Hyde will also explain how organisations can unleash new work styles that create business efficiencies, with improved responsiveness to business adaptability and end customer satisfaction.

Joining NEC Australia at the stand will be NEC’s prototype robot PaPeRo – an abbreviated name from Partner-type Personal Robot – that features sophisticated human interaction and learning capabilities. Already being trialled in the aged care sector, PaPeRo offers a glimpse into the future of human-to-machine interaction.

CeBIT Australia is being held from 31 May to 2 June 2011 at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre. For more information visit www.cebit.com.au

For media enquiries please contact:
Georgie Nelson
n2n Communications
02 9213 2308
gnelson@n2n.com.au