NEC launches new Unified Communications and Collaboration software for enterprises

Telecom Lead Asia: NEC Corporation has launched its new
Unified Communications and Collaboration (UC&C) software, UNIVERGE 3C.


The company claims that UNIVERGE 3C offers UC&C tools
to enterprise users for any device while offering consistent user experience.
The software services adapt to a number of business roles, from sales and
support, to internal workgroups providing increased efficiencies and better
workforce productivity.


UNIVERGE 3C is designed to integrate a Rich Internet
Application (RIA) framework for web-oriented delivery of UC&C tools,
enabling enterprises to utilize existing enterprise web and security
infrastructure. Personal devices can be used in conjunction with enterprise
security credentials securing enterprise information and supporting the Bring
Your Own Device market trend.


The software is designed for data centers and cloud
environments. The software enables tailored collaboration for a range of
business roles using a services-oriented and standards-based approach. Features
are enabled through software-based licensing that allows businesses to expand
services as needed.


Enterprises are looking to their IT organizations for
improved workforce productivity and ways to enable the business to be more
agile and competitive,” said Taichiro Hashizawa, vice president and executive
general manager, NEC Corporation.


IDC predicts that by 2015 mobile workers will reach 1.3
billion people, representing 37.2 percent of the total workforce.

UNIVERGE 3C optimizes workforce productivity by offering
rich clients for smartphones, tablets, and desktops.


UNIVERGE 3C’s collaboration services software is designed
to apply to a wide range of professional areas, enabling enterprises to utilize
a common software infrastructure across different parts of their organizations
– gaining greater efficiencies from their IT investment.


NEC develops smartphone solution that recommends path of
incoming calls


Recently, NEC developed a smartphone software that
automatically recommends the best path for a user’s incoming calls based on the
software’s estimate of a smartphone’s movement.


This solution will be launching the software for
commercial purposes by June 2012. NEC is also planning to develop and provide
innovative software that improves the user friendliness of smartphones and
mobile devices for a wide variety of users.


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