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NEC launches ePASOLINK the ultra-high capacity backhaul solution for HSPA+ and LTE 2010.07.01

Tokyo - June 28, 2010 - NEC Corporation (NEC; TSE: 6701) today announced the launch of "ePASOLINK," the new compact wireless transmission system. It enables mobile network operators to build a cost-effective, IP-based mobile backhaul network that meets the high-capacity data demands of mobile broadband technologies such as HSPA, WiMAX and the anticipated LTE.

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Tokyo - June 28, 2010

NEC Corporation (NEC; TSE: 6701) today announced the launch of "ePASOLINK", the new compact wireless transmission system.
It enables mobile network operators to build a cost-effective, IP-based mobile backhaul network that meets the high-capacity data demands of mobile broadband technologies such as HSPA (High-Speed Pack Access), WiMAX (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access) and the anticipated LTE (Long-Term Evolution).

NEC Display Solutions at Airport Düsseldorf, Germany.
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"We expect that as mobile operators deploy 4G mobile broadband networks, there will be a step up in capacity demand in the tail links to cell sites and in the aggregation portion of backhaul," said Hiroyasu Ishii, General Manager, Global Network Division, NEC.
"NEC continues its close relationship with leading operators across the world and we are confident that ePASOLINK will be a key component of their strategic portfolio to address the need for increased network capacity."

Unified Business. More than ever, the key to success for any organization is based around its people and their ability to communicate and collaborate, not only within the communication environment but even more with other business processes in the organization. Organizations need to put people back in the centre of business communications. The solution is to bring together communication and information channels into one cohesive environment - empowering people to filter the way others can contact them, streamlining communication flows and promoting efficient ways of working together seamlessly.
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provides ultra-high link throughputs of up to 2.5 Gbps in the E-band spectrum range of 70/80 GHz.
Traditionally, mobile operators have addressed capacity needs with microwave and optical product solutions.
However, there is a gap where sub-42GHz microwave spectrum becomes congested and the fiber optic alternative is too expensive to deploy efficiently.
This is particularly the case in dense urban and suburban areas where operators often face intense competition in the expansion of 4G mobile broadband infrastructure.

Business Process Integration. As customers in number of industry sectors are discovering, NEC’s three levels of unification provide the unique communications enabled-business processes for true Unified Business. Using adaptive business and application-layer software tools based on an employee’s role is a nascent concept in the industry.
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provides scalable transport of 2G, 3G, HSPA, WiMAX and LTE, in addition to its support for both Ethernet and SDH (Synchronous Digital Hierarchy) / SONET (Synchronous Optical Networking) protocols with carrier-grade reliability.
Advanced Quality-of-Service capabilities ensure that operators can provide customers with SLA (Service Level Agreement) assurance and premium content delivery.

Unified Communications brings voice, data, video together and integrates them with business applications, for swifter response and better business.
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also helps mobile operators to build and operate their backhaul networks with a low cost of ownership.
For example, it is supported by NEC's widely adopted Network Management Systems, which facilitate the easy integration with existing microwave infrastructures, such as ePASOLINK the microwave transport system market leader.

Additionally, ePASOLINK is an all-outdoor solution which helps lower installation and site rental costs in an all-IP backhaul network.

About NEC Corporation

NEC Corporation is a leader in the integration of IT and network technologies that benefit businesses and people around the world.

By providing a combination of products and solutions that cross utilize the company's experience and global resources, NEC's advanced technologies meet the complex and ever-changing needs of its customers.

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brings more than 100 years of expertise in technological innovation to empower people, businesses and society.
For more information, visit NEC at


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NEC Europe


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NEC Europe



NEC integrates Unified Communications on Mobile and Desktop Phones

Hilversum, 28 June 2010

NEC Unified Solutions today introduced Business ConneCT Mobile Client and XML Terminal Client, two new state-of-the-art Unified Communications solutions that extend the functionality and capabilities of NEC’s communications servers to smart phones and desktop terminals.

Communities. Roles within the organization, business community and personal preferences determine the communication methods and media chosen in a virtual network space creation.
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Mobile Client and XML Terminal Client
are part of NEC’s unique all-in-one UC solution Business ConneCT (BCT), which offers Unified Communications, Contact Center and Operator Attendant as one fully integrated and affordable solution for all NEC’s existing and future communications platforms.

BCT Mobile Client transforms smartphones into fully integrated UC clients

By combining Unified Communications and Mobility, BCT Mobile Client takes business productivity to a next level and integrates mobile workers with the organisation. Organisations save on mobile phone costs as mobile calls are always routed through the office telephony infrastructure.

Business processes can be managed by automated workflow management tools. Processes can be defined and automated actions created to alert co-workers or managers, request approvals, or initiate further processes.
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Mobile phones become true office extensions and are transformed into UC clients, enabling businesses to communicate more efficiently, increase productivity and reduce travel expenditure.

With access to features such as corporate directory and presence services, employees can be reached by a single number and a single voicemail box, regardless of where they are or the device used.

NEC MultiSync P701
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“BCT Mobile Client provides our mobile workforce with an excellent tool to stay in touch with colleagues wherever they are”, says Rob Dinnissen, Product Manager at NEC Unified Solutions.
“Everybody in the company, including our Operator Attendant, can see whether I am in a call on my mobile phone. I only have one telephone number on my business card and use only one voicemail box.”

Make mobile communication easier and increase your mobile productivity. Ideal for home workers, managers, field service and sales teams.
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BCT Mobile Client
is easy to deploy and extremely user friendly, running in a web browser on a variety of mobile devices and platforms such as Apple’s iPhone, Google’s Android, Nokia and Windows Mobile smartphones.

BCT Terminal XML Client enhances the user experience with UC on desktop phones

Also on the desktop NEC is enhancing the user experience. Based on state-of-the-art XML technology, BCT Terminal XML Client delivers Unified Communications to NEC’s much appreciated DT700 range of desktop phones, which includes the DT710 Economy, DT730 Enhanced and the DT750 Sophisticated terminals.

BCT Terminal XML Client enhances the user experience with UC on desktop phones.
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From their phone, users can search company, external and personal directories and can update and add contacts.
The company directory provides real-time Presence status showing whether a contact is available, absent or on the phone.

To dial a contact one simply presses a button or (on the DT750 terminal) uses the touch screen.
A list of voicemail messages, missed and answered telephone calls are also presented.

Uniquely positioned to integrate UC across the organisation

BCT Mobile Client and XML Terminal Client are available from NEC and its business partners as part of Business ConneCT Release 4.5.

“We are now uniquely positioned to provide organisations with Unified Communications on desktop computers, Polycom SIP phones, IP DECT handsets, DT700 desktop terminals and on mobile phones, all as part of one integral solution”, concludes Dinnissen.


Message From the President

My name is Nobuhiro Endo, and it is an honor to introduce myself as President of NEC Corporation effective April 1, 2010.

The NEC Group is aiming to achieve its 2017 vision in the year that marks the 40th anniversary since the declaration of "C&C," the integration of Computers and Communications, and to be "a leading global company leveraging the power of innovation to realize an information society friendly to humans and the earth."

On February 25, 2010, the company announced its mid-term growth plan, "V2012 - Beyond boundaries, Toward our Vision” - which maps out milestones for realizing this vision, and I would like to emphasize my commitment to devoting all of my strength to achieving this mid-term growth plan.

We understand that a severe economic environment continues, and the ICT industry, including NEC, cannot take an overly optimistic outlook towards the future.
In these conditions, NEC's greatest management challenge is to achieve growth on a global scale through "C&C Cloud" strategies that maximize the use of company assets.

ICT vendors around the world are now clamoring to provide new solutions that integrate IT and Networks.
NEC is a long time provider of these unified solutions and the company is poised to capitalize on its established strengths in the upcoming business era.
NEC views this market environment as an opportunity to expand business and to proactively drive business operations centered on global growth.

On the way to achieving our mid-term growth plan, I want to see NEC become profoundly well regarded by people throughout the world.
This is to say that the realization of "an information society friendly to humans and the earth" is our top priority.
As NEC contributes to this vision of society by providing products and services that are beloved by our customers, our enduring efforts will draw us closer to our goals, one step at a time.

The NEC Group thanks you for your ongoing support.

Nobuhiro Endo, President of NEC Corporation


Nobuhiro Endo
President of NEC Corporation

Nobuhiro Endo, President of NEC Corporation
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Nobuhiro Endo was appointed President of NEC Corporation effective April 1, 2010 after serving as the Senior Vice President.

During his tenure as Senior Vice President, Endo's responsibilities included corporate strategy and business development, and he held a key position in driving various management reforms of the NEC Group.
Endo has also taken a key responsibility in formulating the mid-term growth plan of the NEC Group, "V2012 - Beyond boundaries, Toward our Vision."

Endo joined NEC in 1981.
He spent the next two decades in the development of wireless communication systems, mainly for satellite communication systems and mobile phone base stations.
In 2003, Endo led business for the ultra compact microwave communications system, "PASOLINK," which achieved a No.1 global market share (Sky Light Research: 2007-2009), through increasing market share in overseas markets, driven by growth in emerging countries.

Throughout his career, Endo has focused on driving innovation through advanced technologies for customers worldwide, and building strong relationships with a diverse field of customers both in Japan and worldwide.
Endo is known for his wide-ranging international perspectives through his extensive experiences in the global market and time living abroad.

Date of Birth: November 8, 1953


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