NEC inks pact with Packet One Networks to sell their solutions in Malaysia

Telecom Lead Asia: NEC Corporation has signed a pact with
Packet One Networks (Malaysia) to jointly promote both NEC and P1 products and
solutions in Malaysia.


They will target SMEs and SoHos segments in Malaysia with
NEC’s and P1’s technologies and products.


As part of the association, they will launch
SIP-in-a-box, a telecommunications solution based on Session Initiation
Protocol (SIP) trunking.


NEC will provide its IP-PABX (SL1000 and SV8000 series)
while P1 provides the fiber broadband and 4G wireless connectivity.


Michael Lai, CEO of P1, said local enterprise business
owners will be able to enjoy not only the latest but state-of-the-art
technologies that both parties will provide.


Using SIP trunking, a VoIP and streaming media service, Internet
telephony service providers (ITSPs) deliver telephone services and unified
communications to customers.


SIP trunking is scalable depending on business. It can be
done through software programming instead of being restricted by the
traditional PSTN ports available in a specific location. Cost savings on call
charges and maintenance will also benefit enterprises.


Andrew Lee, managing director at NEC Corporation of
Malaysia said this partnership will be the start of a sustainable relationship
where both NEC and P1 can present their IT and telecommunications technologies
to the Malaysian enterprises and businesses.


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