Netlink for the NEC SV8100
Businesses today demand efficient, seamless communications that facilitate rapid decision-making and customer responsiveness. To meet this requirement, your organization must have a comprehensive, integrated communications system that is centrally managed and that transparently shares features and functionality companywide.
At A Glance
UNIVERGE® SV8100 Netlink
UNIVERGE SV8100 Netlink, an integral part of NEC’s UNIVERGE360 approach to unifying business communications, facilitates real communications integration and ensures your business can collaborate effectively. It extends your reach to remote offices and mobile workers while providing increased efficiency and feature transparency – regardless of the primary unit’s physical location. It is compatible with standards-based IP routing and switching and can be implemented on existing networks.
Reduce Costs through Centralization
Netlink uses your IP network to provide a seamless connection and join up to sixteen SV8100 communications servers together as if they were a single system. You can extend features residing on your primary system to secondary system locations with no incremental cost. This capability cuts the number of licenses you require to keep your business running.
With Netlink, your primary system retains the main database and controls the secondary communications servers. You can access any extension in the network as if you were located in the same location you’re contacting. All 16 locations can even share a single operator and voicemail system – which saves you time and money.
Protect Your Business with Complete Failover Capability
Netlink offers complete failover capability to ensure your organization can run smoothly even if your primary system goes offline. If your primary system is disconnected from the network, failover engages and a secondary system takes over the primary system’s database. That way, all of your linked locations continue functioning seamlessly.
Save Time with a Simple, Flexible Solution
Operating and maintaining one communications server instead of two or more results in lower costs and higher operational efficiency. A centralized server enables you to deploy personnel anywhere you choose while keeping staff connected to the same applications and features available at the central office.
Netlink also ensures that both primary and remote sites are provided survivability and feature transparency. If a linked primary system fails, secondary systems are enabled to provide basic call processing. This feature provides business continuity through the duration of the failure.