NEC on Thursday announced the launch of UNIVERGE SV9000 series communications servers for both SMBs and large enterprise customers.
The company announced three new offerings including the SV9100, SV9300, and SV9500 platforms for global server markets.
Also being launched are new terminals, including the DT800 and DT400 series, as well as the UT880, a new-generation desk phone integrating a traditional desktop phone and an Android tablet into one device.
“The SV9000 series continues NEC’s trend of creating a natural migration path for customers, while evolving the technology to meet the needs of today’s businesses,” said Osamu Noda, general manager, Enterprise Networks Division, NEC.
NEC said the SV9500 communications server is available as virtualized software providing the first full evolution of the SV enterprise-grade telephony system. Since the SV9500 is available as both a dedicated appliance and as software, enterprise customers can select the solution that best fits their business strategy.
While the new SV9300 platform is targeted at mid-sized enterprises, the NEC SV9100 is designed as an all-in-one unified communications (UC) platform for SMBs.