Nec Business Phones

Written by Rachel Arieff
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NEC business equipment includes an extensive line of advanced key telephone systems, voicemail, and point of sale equipment. For instance, the Aspire line of key phones from NEC enables users to integrate voice and data networks for Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP. NEC voicemail products number over 20, and offer everything from voicemail ports to automated attendants. Point-of-sale machines are designed for restaurants, hotels, and other businesses in the hospitality industry.

NEC, based in Tokyo, Japan, was originally called the Nippon Electric Company. In 1982, the name was changed to NEC. This company has branch offices all over the world, including North and South America, Asia and the Pacific Rim, Europe, and Africa. NEC's products are ubiquitous throughout the corporate world, and the company is widely considered one of the leaders in business phone system technology.

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NEC business phones can easily accommodate large business enterprises, with essential features such as multiple lines, call waiting, caller ID with logging, speed dialing, and last number redial. In addition to call waiting, some NEC phones also offer voice over, reverse voice over, and off-hook signaling features to enable employees get through to coworkers in emergency situations.

Besides adding convenient features, NEC has pretty much overhauled the architecture of the modern business phone by making it fully convergent with your PC through Voice over Internet Protocol. For example, NEC's Electra Elite IPK is a versatile communication platform that allows you to choose between classic circuit-switched technology, VoIP, or a combination of both. Just a sampling of the features offered by this platform includes centralized voicemail, cordless handsets, multilingual LCD display, and automatic call distribution.


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