Short while ago, the projector segment was observed welcoming a feature-rich, stylish unit from NEC aimed at delivering exceptionally clear pictures while falling light on the ecological part. Now, the company devises its new IP-enabled communication server ‘SL1000’ for the Indian market.
The freshly unleashed cost-effect telecommunication system forms a distinctive, exemplary fusion of affordability, efficiency and IP-telephony through a compact structure. Designed for small and medium enterprises, the SL1000 consumes around 25 percent lesser power than previous models and trims down consumers’ total cost of ownership.
The device enables automatic standby mode to gulp less power and features hybrid ports that integrate key telephones, single line telephones, facsimiles and more without complex settings. The powerful communication server also includes rich built-in functions to enhance the employees’ communication environment and lower the total cost of ownership.
“NEC is one of the top three players in the Unified Communications space globally and has customers in more than 80 countries. India as a market is of strategic importance to NEC. It is one of our fastest growing markets today and we are committed to addressing the needs of Indian customers. The SME sector is a lucrative market segment, and with SL1000 we aim to strengthen our focus on this sector,” elaborated Taichiro Hashizawa, Vice President & Senior General Manager, NEC Corporation.
Featuring a scalable architecture, the device includes features such as conference, automated attendant and call forwarding for a productive office communication atmosphere. There’s a unique Voice Response System which puts across several voice facilities to amplify the productivity standard.
“Our products and solutions conform to the highest international quality standards and are known for their outstanding reliability, durability and technical superiority. SL1000 is a key pillar of our SME strategy and will enhance our private network solutions portfolio,” shared Ravinder Raina, Country Head, Private Network Solutions, NEC India.
Users can conveniently designate a mobile device as the answering terminal when away from the desk or office. A built-in Alarm Sensor Support provides added security protection when connected to a third-party Passive Infrared Sensor or motion detector. This particular feature also warns of intruders during forced break-in episodes and allows for protection against vandalism.
Apart from this, users can playback a pre-recorded warning message through the SL1000’s built-in speaker of the telephone or a paging screen as a siren, triggered by the PIR sensors. One can also use the telephone as a tool for reminders.
The new SL1000 IP-enabled communication server is yet to receive an official word on its pricing and availability details.