The Univerge SV9500 is a highly scalable and reliable communications server for large enterprises and geographically distributed businesses. As with all NEC PBX systems, the SV9500 can be delivered in appliance-based 19-inch stackable chassis architecture, a virtualized server or a software delivered solution. The SV9500 has a genuinely simple user licensing structure, with a single central configuration and management application and complete Multi-Line SIP Client with Multi-Carrier Support.
The NEC Univerge SV9100 solution was released in 2014 taking the highly scalable and reliable SV8100 to another level with improved mobility, capacity (supporting up to 16 seperate SIP trunk accounts) and toll fraud security. A new range of handsets - The DT400 and DT800 handsets offer a wide range of features, such as HD voice, colour displays and wide-band handsets.
The SV8500 is NEC's premier communications server for larger enterprises and complies with all regulatory standards including California OSHPD Seismic requirements. The sheer scale and reach of the SV8500 enabled enterprise regional and global expansion, worker mobility, disaster recovery, business continuity and environmental responsibility. Accommodating thousands of users and is is highly reliable with dual power, dual network, dual CPU configuration with survivable remote gateways and the option to have direct AC or DC power.
The NEAX 2400 IPX was also known as the IMX and was NEC's enterprise system of the 1990s and 2000s. The NEAX 2400 IPX scaled in a fusion (clustered) network to hundreds of thousands of ports, capable of being extensions or trunks. The architecture of the 2400 IPX continued to evolved within the SV8500 and SV9500 which provided similar scales, but favoured VoIP-centric endpoints and trunks, with backwards capability for TDM architecture.
The Univerge SV9300 Communications PBX is a highly reliable proprietary server with stackable chassis architecture. The SV9300 is ideal for small and medium-sized businesses in geographically distant locations. The SV9300 sets itself apart with a distinct, scalable, IP Unified Communication enabled solution which is competatively priced and highly reliable
Introduced as the NEAX 7400 IVS in the 1990s, later known as the Univerge 2000 IPS, this medium sized system scaled up to 1000 ports, including up to 1000 extensions and 255 trunks. The NEAX 2000 IPS supported both TDM Digital, Analogue and H325 VoIP Extensions, along with H323 and SIP Trunks.
The architecture of the 2000 IPS continued into the SV8300 and SV9300.
The NEC SV8300 evolved from the NEC NEAX 2000 IPS architecture, with advanced hybrid capabilities with both traditional and emerging VoIP technologies. A highly versatile system - the SV8300 supported E1, T1, BRI and Analogue trunks alongside SIP, CCIS and H323 IP Trunking. The SV8300 also supports ProTIMS IP DTERMS alongside the newer DT710 and DT730 SIP desktop terminals and advanced IP DECT. As always Enghouse's UCB product was highly integrated using the Open Application Interface (OAI), providing a highly powerful multimedia contact centre, unified messaging, presence and call recording.