NEC Offers New Services

NEC Corp. of America unveils IMS-enabled residential and business services at NXTcomm

June 17, 2008

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LAS VEGAS -- NEC Corporation of America (NEC), a leading technology provider of network, IT and identity management solutions, today offers operators a way to uncover new revenue-streams through the availability of new residential and business services; set to enhance the end-user communications experience. The IMS-enabled services are available now on NEC’s “Light IMS” (Internet Protocol Multimedia Subsystem) solution, which is realized by Service Convergence Integrated Platform (SCI-P), a carrier-grade converged multimedia and SIP-based network architecture. By integrating NEC’s SCI-P into Next Generation Network (NGN) core infrastructure, NEC can provide the network flexibility required to quickly and efficiently deliver new customer-centric services.

IMS/NGN is more than a migration to an IP-based network; when fully integrated NEC’s IMS/NGN architecture can transform operator revenue structures by delivering new service propositions to end-users.

“NEC’s Light IMS platform bridges multiple types of voice and data services, enabling operators the opportunity to increase revenues by developing and deploying a variety of new revenue-generating services,” said Stephane Teral, principal analyst, Infonetics Research. “NEC’s Light IMS product line-up is built on telecom industry standards enabling operators to implement NEC’s network technologies to effectively deliver new multimedia communication services.”

Specifically at NXTcomm08, NEC will highlight two end-user focused services: Home Monitoring for the residential market, and Unified Communications (UC)/Centrex, a voice-centric SaaS (Software as a Service)-based offering that addresses business telephony requirements. These new-generation services will enable users to communicate and work more efficiently, by delivering a combination of applications to a single device — further driving the paradigm shift from a network-centric approach to a customer-driven service delivery model.

NEC Corp. (Tokyo: 6701)

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