TITLE

IP Architecture

PUB. DATE
August 2004
SOURCE
Management Services;Aug2004, Vol. 48 Issue 8, p30
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article reports on the launch of NEC's Internet protocol architecture Univerge which unifies systems for business and vertical market applications and multimedia networks. As the cornerstone of its Information Technology/Network integrated solutions, NEC intends to expand the Univerge architecture that incorporates its computer and network technologies. Univerge was coined by combining universal and convergence and is NEC's Internet protocol architecture for unifying multimedia networks while enabling robust business solutions. It is standards-based open Internet protocol architecture, ensuring interoperability with other broadband media, information technology equipment and applications. NEC has also launched a number of software products with Univerge architecture. With these software and other business applications, IA server Express 5800 Series, network management services and security-related services, NEC further promotes information technology/Network integrated solution, enabling users to enjoy effective linkage of various works, improvement in productivity/competitiveness and help realizing advanced working styles for private companies. The new software includes a PC soft-phone with video, common sharing of documents among computer users, and links to electronic directories. Then there's a unified messaging system and Internet protocol telephony software for web conferencing, e-dictionary and such.
ACCESSION #
14147420

 

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