NEC Intros VOIP Solution

NEC's Electra Elite IPK delivers voice over IP for small to medium-sized businesses

February 11, 2003

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IRVING, Texas -- NEC America, Inc. (NEC), a leading provider of innovative communications products, solutions and services, today announced the availability of the Electra Elite® IPK, NEC's new versatile communication platform to converge voice and data networks for the small-to-medium sized business market. The system reinforces NEC's commitment to helping businesses adopt new communications technology, such as Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), efficiently and effectively. In addition, the Electra Elite IPK offers a potentially immediate return-on-investment by highlighting investment protection and infrastructure risk reduction with its IP-ready platform.The Electra Elite IPK is a competitive solution that reflects NEC's Enterprise Open Network (NEON) strategy to facilitate the easy adoption and migration of new technologies without requiring total system replacement. With relatively inexpensive system upgrades and straightforward system migration, end-users can protect their technology investments and achieve lower infrastructure risks."As telecommunications evolves toward extensive voice-data convergence, NEC is dedicated to providing our customers with high quality solutions like the Electra Elite IPK to ease this transition," said Mike Rosen, general manager of NEC's Marketing and Sales Support Division. "We want to `future-proof' our client's communication expenditures, so today's technology investment is protected tomorrow."NEC America Inc.

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