NEC Corporation of America in its Own Words

NEC Corporation of America offers unified communications, wireless, voice and data products. It is the subject of the second in Unified Communication Edge's ongoing slideshow series on vendors' leading unified communications products and services.

By Carl Weinschenk | Posted Jan 18, 2010
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NEC�s UC for Business (UCB) is an enterprise-wide UC solution that merges contact center functionality with unified messaging, mobility and desktop telephony applications. UCB helps improve the management of SMB communications through a customizable desktop application that can seamlessly integrate with Microsoft Outlook. Whether used as a stand-alone application or integrated with Outlook, the user interface enables increased productivity and enhanced collaboration across the entire organization while keeping cost in mind.

This is the second in an ongoing slide show series profiling top vendors' unified communications products and services. The descriptions accompanying the graphics and photos are supplied by the vendors, though they may be edited for clarity and to remove hype.

NEC Corporation of America, which is headquartered in Irving, Texas, says that it is a leading provider of innovative IT, network and communications products and solutions for service carriers, Fortune 1000 and small- and medium-sized businesses across multiple vertical industries. The industries include healthcare, government, education and hospitality.

NEC claims to deliver one of the industry's broadest portfolios of technology solutions and professional services, including unified communications, wireless, voice and data, managed services, server and storage infrastructure, optical network systems, microwave radio communications and biometric security.

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