On-site, Off-site & Multi-site wireless communications
NEC provides a scalable, resilient wireless network with a wide range of indoor and outdoor access points that deliver wired-like performance for a high quality user experience. We deliver wired-like performance and predictability and support application-level visibility and control to help ensure business critical applications come first.
To protect investments and stay competitive, Business Mobility IP DECT is based on the open SIP standard.
This basis offers compatibility to many platforms available in the market. NEC’s IP DECT portfolio takes advantage of the CAT-iq standard with HD-voice quality as important enhancement to DECT and supports applications such as Unified Communications, messaging, alarming, task management and localization.
Business Mobility IP DECT provides wireless telephony in a multi-site business or campus environment. Organizations with a main office and different branch offices for instance simply install IP DECT Access Points at remote locations, which form one cluster with all other Access Points via the company’s network infrastructure.
An IP DECT configuration typically consists of Access Points (APs), IP DECT system software, a DMLS open interface for messaging and DECT handsets. Our AP400 APs connect to the IP network and form a DECT system that provides peer to peer IP communication. The connection between AP400s and the host PBX uses either a dedicated IP protocol or a SIP interface. With SIP support (SIP DECT), the IP DECT system can be linked to any certified SIP based host PBX system.
The IP network can be one single converged voice/data network or a dedicated network. An Access Point provides 12 DECT channels and supports up to 11 simultaneous calls. An IP DECT configuration can also support other applications such as voice mail, web-based telephony, central directory, and messaging. A DAP Manager is required for installation, maintenance, subscription, wide area roaming, and messaging.