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Company Overview of NEC Corporation of America, Inc.
NEC Corporation of America, Inc. provides and integrates information technology (IT), network and communication, biometric, and visual display solutions for government and public safety, manufacturing, media, retail, health care, and financial services markets. It offers administration and application solutions, business video communications, bundled solutions, communication servers, contact center, data center and virtualization, data networking, enterprise communications platforms, migration solutions, mobility solutions, security management, communication platforms, software assurance, software based communication, terminals, unified communications, video conferencing, and voice mail and ...
6535 State Highway 161
Irving, TX 75039
Founded in 1963
Key Executives for NEC Corporation of America, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Executive Officer of NEC USA and President of NEC USA
Chief Executive Officer of NEC Electronics America Inc and President of NEC Electronics America Inc
President of NEC Display Solutions of America Inc and Chief Operating Officer of NEC Display Solutions of America Inc
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
NEC Corporation of America, Inc. Key Developments
NEC Corporation of America and NEC Corporation in Japan Announce Version 5.1 of its ProgrammableFlow Networking Suite
Mar 3 14
NEC Corporation of America and NEC Corporation in Japan announced Version 5.1 of its ProgrammableFlow Networking Suite, which introduced a new OpenFlow-based, software-defined data center interconnect solution -- the Unified Network Coordinator (UNC). The demand for improved data center interconnectivity addresses challenges facing today's businesses, including higher business continuity requirements because of news risks, increased regulation; greater bandwidth demands generated by new applications, big data needs and customer responsiveness; better access to geographically dispersed applications and data; need to reduce the complexity of managing data centers; and requirement for increased visibility for better security. NEC's new UNC tackles those issues and improves scalability of the network controller by 10 times over previous ProgrammableFlow controllers. The UNC enables construction and orchestration of virtual networks across multiple controllers within a data center as well as across interconnects between data centers. The UNC's capability of linking virtual networks across and between data centers gives customers the ability to link to specific policies within the UNC. In turn, users gain the ability to have an end-to-end policy across multiple controllers and multiple domains.
NEC Corporation of America Launches UC for Business 7.0
Feb 19 14
NEC Corporation of America announced version 7.0 of its UC for Business (UCB) unified communications software application with a new voice agent customer interface tool called TouchPoint. Release 7.0 addresses the needs of global contact centers and agents who are challenged to keep customers happy in a dynamic multilingual market. Release 7.0 delivers a comprehensive range of features all intended to maximize interaction with the customer. One of the key ways NEC accomplishes this is by significantly simplifying the agent desktop and focusing on the customer engagement with TouchPoint, a new user interface for agents and supervisors. The new simplified interface is designed to encourage collaboration both inside and outside the contact center, helping agents improve first-contact resolution of customer needs. The application provides real-time information and 'context-aware' functionality to maximize efficiency, and a lean, compact footprint prevents desktop clutter and information overload for those users who also work in CRM and other business applications. In addition, TouchPoint addresses the needs of organizations with a multilingual workforce, something becoming more prevalent as companies expand globally. Latin American Spanish, German, and Russian language versions are now available. NEC's UCB 7.0 release has new campaign tools for customers using Microsoft(R) Lync(R), helping them turn operations into a profit center, with enhanced redundancy options. Release 7.0 delivers a full suite of enhancements that includes: Increased agent involvement - Outdial for Lync allows outbound campaigns, such as collections, outbound sales campaigns and appointment reminders, improving agent productivity and offering revenue generation opportunities within the contact center; Surveys and customer feedback channels - Managers can capture customer feedback on email and web chat-based agent interactions, as well as those conducted through voice automation. Integrated reporting provides comprehensive monitoring of customer satisfaction across all communication channels; Redundancy - Database replication is now supported in a variety of configurations, ensuring that the standby server is always current; significantly enhancing performance in a variety of disaster recovery scenarios.
NEC Corporation of America Delivers Java Virtual Machine Performance for 4-Socket Servers on SPECjbb2013 Benchmark
Feb 18 14
NEC Corporation of America announced with NEC Corporation in Japan that the Express5800/A2040b (A2040b) enterprise server with Intel(R) Xeon(R) processor E7-4890 v2 achieved the world record performance among 4-socket servers on the SPECjbb2013-MultiJVM benchmark powered by Oracle JDK 8. SPECjbb2013 is SPEC's current benchmark for evaluating the performance and scalability of environments running Java business applications, with a usage model based on a worldwide supermarket company with an IT infrastructure that handles a mix of POS requests, online purchases and data-mining operations. The result consists of two metrics: the full capacity throughput (max-jOPS), which is a pure throughput metric, and the critical throughput (critical-jOPS), which is throughput under service level agreements (SLAs) specifying response times ranging from 10ms to 500ms. The NEC Express5800/A2040b server breaks previous records in both pure throughput and response-time-aware throughput metrics. The pure throughput of 177,753 SPECjbb2013-MultiJVM max-jOPS for the 4-socket Intel Xeon processor E7- v2-based server outperforms the previous record held by an 8-socket Xeon server by a factor of 1.67. For the response-time-aware throughput, the measured 65,529 SPECjbb2013-MultiJVM critical-jOPS outperforms the previous record held by a two-socket Xeon server by a factor of 2.04. These scores also outperform the records held by a RISC server with the same number of CPU sockets by factors of 2.11 for MultiJVM max-jOPS and 1.29 in critical max-jOPS.
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