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NEC NEAX 2000IPS     NEC NEAX 2400IPS     NEC NEAX Phones

NEC NEAX 2000IPS Overview:

The UNIVERGE™ NEAX® 2000 IPS is a full-featured IP-based communications system. It provides pure Voice-over-IP (VoIP) peer-to-peer connections across corporate local and wide area networks (LAN/WAN) and also supports time division switching (TDM). The UNIVERGE NEAX 2000 IPS offers the utmost flexibility by providing a choice of time division switching, pure peer-to-peer IP connectivity or a combination of both, all in one system.

Pure IP switching provides communications between IP Dterms and also provides CCIS network connections with other NEAX 2000 IPS systems. TDM switching provides for communication between legacy stations and trunks. Connections between IP Dterms/CCIS-over-IP and legacy stations/trunks are made via IP Pads, which convert packet-based voice/data to TDM-based voice/data and vice versa.

The NEAX2000 IPS functions as a stand-alone telephony system supporting both IP and traditional circuit switched connectivity. Yet it can also be networked with other NEC telephony devices such as the NEAX IPS-DML, the NEAX2400 IPX and, of course, other NEAX2000 IPS units. In this case, the NEAX2000 IPS supports node-to-node peer-to-peer connectivity or node-to-node circuit switched connectivity. Each host can accommodate up to 255 nodes networked together.

The UNIVERGE NEAX2000 IPS supports a maximum of 952 IP stations, 512 TDM stations and a combined total of 980 stations. Up to 952 peer-to-peer IP stations and 64 legacy TDM stations are available in a single modular chassis. Up to eight chassis can be stacked together providing a maximum capacity of 512 TDM stations. Each host can accommodate up to 30 UNIVERGE NEAX IPS-DMR remote systems and up to 30 ISDN PRI links.

UNIVERGE NEAX 2000 IPS users have access to hundreds of service features that are used for building unique telephony applications which enhance productivity, reduce operating costs and improve communications efficiently. The innovative modular hardware and software design allows efficient, effective growth within each module from its minimum to its maximum configuration. The UNIVERGE NEAX 2000 IPS software design is as advanced as its hardware. It ensures the system will support evolving applications and have the reliability needed to compete in today's world and tomorrow's. The software is also designed with modularity in mind. Together, these modular "building blocks" allow customers to initially buy what they need and add capacity and capabilities as the business demands, resulting in a greater degree of cost control for new installations and for upgrades to features, capacities and new software versions.

The UNIVERGE NEAX 2000 IPS provides a rich set of both Key and PBX features and is positioned to provide a comprehensive cost-effective solution for the small- to medium-sized business, hotel property or enterprise network environment. The UNIVERGE NEAX 2000 IPS provides utmost investment protection by allowing the user to take full advantage of both today's and tomorrow's technological advancements.

NEC NEAX 2400IPS Overview:

The UNIVERGE™ NEAX® 2400 Internet Protocol eXchange (IPX), the newest member of the UNIVERGE NEAX family, fuses existing NEC technologies with dynamic advancements in hardware and software to satisfy the most stringent system requirements.

NEC also introduces the next level of Internet Protocol (IP) medium -- peer-to-peer switching -- into the UNIVERGE NEAX 2400. This capability allows the UNIVERGE NEAX 2400 to provide all of NEC's networking services and Dterm Series E digital telephone features when deployed over an IP network.

Peer-to-peer switching means the stations participating in a call are connected directly to each other through the IP network. The voice signals travel through the IP network but do not "go through" the switch as they do in traditional telephony. The fact that the UNIVERGE NEAX 2400 IPX can function in and support a "hybrid" network with traditional digital/analog switching, IP/TDM switching and pure peer-to-peer IP switching means the users can continue to utilize their existing equipment while they phase in IP Telephony and lay the foundation for future networks.

NEC's modular design, distributed processing, sensible migration, comprehensive network solutions and ability to customize functionality to match specific business applications are just a few of the NEC benchmarks that the UNIVERGE NEAX 2400 IPX builds upon.

The UNIVERGE NEAX 2400 IPX provides over 780 service features that enhance productivity, reduce operating costs, and improve communications efficiently. Innovative modular hardware and software design allows the UNIVERGE NEAX 2400 IPX to serve efficiently and grow incrementally over its entire size spectrum, ranging from 384 ports to over 24,500 ports.

The UNIVERGE NEAX 2400 Internet Protocol eXchange has the ability to expand from its minimum configuration to its maximum capacity with virtually no loss of existing hardware. This unique expansion capability allows the system to grow in a cost-effective manner as the user's requirements grow. This system is truly unique in today's telecommunications industry.

By serving as the controller of an integrated information network, the UNIVERGE NEAX 2400 IPX is able to integrate and enhance all forms of advanced information processing and management services. The UNIVERGE NEAX 2400 IPX combines voice and data, store and forward, packet switching and many other advanced features.

The system also delivers advanced applications such as Fusion, CCIS and IP Networking, IP Stations (both IP-enabled and peer-to-peer), Remote Switching, Electronic Tandem Networking, Centralized Attendant Service, Direct Digital Interface, Integrated ACD, Voice Messaging Integration, along with many other feature-rich capabilities via the Open Applications Interface (OAI). This reflects the philosophy of NEC Corporation to integrate Computer and Communications (C&C) technology, and makes it possible for the UNIVERGE NEAX 2400 to provide both voice and non-voice services.

Proprietary digital instruments (Dterm) may be provided to increase system flexibility and eliminate the need for conventional multiple line stations and their associated control equipment and cable plant requirements.

NEC NEAX Phones Overview:

The NEC NEAX IPS telephones are compatible with NEC NEAX 2000 IVS-2, IPS, 2400 IPX, Univerge SV7000, and MPS PBX systems. The series has multiple dedicated function keys for ease of operation (Hold, Transfer, Answer, Speaker, Conference, Redial, Recall, Feature, Mic, Message, Directory); 32, 16 or 8 programmable line keys for immediate line or feature access (DSS); a 2-color per-key LED indicates call status; Call/Message indicator lamp; hands-free speakerphone; convenient built-in headset jack; volume & contrast control; 3 lines of LCD information (adjustable) with 24 characters per line; 4 softkeys; and a desk & wall-mountable tilt stand.

Requires Power Supply: 780135 AC-2R or Power Over Ethernet

Ethernet/Protocol Specification

•    Interface: 10/100 base T (IEEE 802.3), RJ 45 multi-port Switch
•    Internet Layer: IPv4
•    Protocol Support: Protims over IPt
•    Jitter Buffer: Max 300ms (10ms steps)
•    Payload Interval: 10ms ~ 40ms (10ms steps)
•    IP Addressing: DHCP or Static Assignable
•    QoS: 801.p, ToS and Diff-Service
•    Operating Temperature: 0 - 40 deg C (32 - 103 deg F)

Equipment Specification Size (W x D x H)

•    Tilt up: 9.09" x 8.54" x 5.28"
•    Tilt down: 9.09" x 8.54" x 4.17"

Power Specification

•    External: AC: 24V, Current: 750mA
•    Inline and Spare Pair: Voltage: 48V
•    Current: 92ma
•    Power Consumption: 6.4W
•    Protocol Support: 802.3af and CDP (NDP with ILPA integration)