Nec SVP SERVER BROCHURE

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Nec SVP SERVER BROCHURE

NEC’s SVP Server sets the standard for voice quality

How it works: the NEC SVP Server’s implementation with IP telephony

June 2005

NEC SVP Server

Guarantee the quality of your Wi-Fi telephony system

The NEC SVP Server ensures excellent voice quality for wireless handsets on your converged Wi-Fi network. Using the industry-standard SVP (Spectralink Voice Prioritisation) protocol, the SVP Server provides unparalleled quality of service (QoS) for NEC’s MH110 and MH120 handsets. The SVP protocol has been field-proven in a wide variety of applications, consistently providing outstanding voice quality.

Benefits

The SVP Server:

is fully compatible with 802.11b wireless networks;

ensures enough bandwidth is available for data applications; and

requires minimal administration and maintenance.

Wireless convergence with no trade-off

Voice quality needn’t come at the expense of data throughput. The SVP Server works in conjunction with NEC’s UNIVERGE range of SVPenabled Access Points to prioritise voice traffic and ensure sufficient bandwidth for voice and data applications.

Network administrators can set a maximum number of voice calls allowed on the access points, guaranteeing the availability of bandwidth for data traffic.

When combined with the UNIVERGE range of IP telephony servers, a single SVP server will support up to 80 simultaneous calls. SVP Servers can be teamed to concurrently support over 800 calls.

Talk to NEC today about making Wi-Fi telephony work for your business.

Specifications

Capacity

80 simultaneous calls (single SVP Server)

 

864 simultaneous calls (16 SVP Servers)

Network Interface

10Base-T, full duplex

Dimensions

19” rack mount option – 7.0”D x 3.0”H x 13.0”W

Weight

2.15 Kg