The NEC UNIVERGE® Series Phone Systems from NEC creates new ways of generating revenue and increasing customer responsiveness while simultaneously improving efficiency and reducing costs. The UNIVERGE Series provides a solid foundation for building NEC’s UNIVERGE360 approach.
This series is designed to deliver next-generation, open standards-based solutions that provide businesses the capability of offering advanced applications and the flexibility for growth.
With the UNIVERGE series, all types of communication methods – pure IP, video, wired or wireless – are supported.
UNIVERGE SV9000 Series
- UNIVERGE SV9100
Ideal for small to medium sized businesses, the UNIVERGE SV9100 Communications Server is a complete Unified Communications solution. Its powerful capabilities and intelligent design allow it to act as a tool for solving your businesses communications challenges today and in the future, keeping pace with your business as it grows.
- UNIVERGE SV9300
The UNIVERGE SV9300 Communications Server is a powerful and feature-loaded Unified Communications enabled system, designed with small and medium sized businesses in mind. The server is meant to aid businesses in solving today’s communications challenges, and is specifically built with a migration path in mind, allowing you to scale your communications as your business grows and expands.
1. As of December 31, 2018 the SV8x00 series systems are:
- End of sale
- End of support
- End of maintenance
- End of support.
2. End of extended maintenance is still available for those that have already purchased SWA contracts.
The SV8x00 series systems have been solid industry leading communications solution since they were first release years ago. Elegant in design, reliable architecture, expandable and upgradable were only a few of the industry leading features NEC built into these systems.
Customers are advised to upgrade while they are still able to take advantage of migration discounts. Much of the hardware can be retained to the new systems which protects your investment.
Click here to learn more about migration from the 8000 series.