VoiceCon — V2 Technologies says it has taken the complexity out of unified communications with its Universal Connection Server SBS-8100. The V2UC Server, geared to the SMB space, is making its debut at VoiceCon in Orlando.
The V2 UC Server consolidates multiple communication systems and networks including PBX (both PSTN and IP technologies), switches and routers, videoconferencing systems and video surveillance systems into a single appliance. The result is a seamless integration of all communications systems that can be managed easily at both the application and communication levels.
The server supports up to 100 concurrent voice users and up to 10 concurrent telepresence sessions, and also integrates data networking with 3.2 Gbps switching capacity. It supports xDSL, WAN, Ethernet, VPN and Wi-Fi.
“As IT technology has advanced so dramatically, there is a real need for SMB companies to enjoy this as their big enterprise counterparts do in communication capability, such as upgrading existing communication systems to embrace telepresence and collaboration to increase a company’s productivity while cutting big travel expenses,” said Ting Liu, V2’s president. “However, complexity, poor performance and high costs prohibit SMBs from taking advantage of this convergence. Now, V2’s Universal Connection Server SBS-8100, based on its patent-pending and simplified ‘UC SolutionNet’ platform, brings a total solution to benefit SMBs.”
V2 UC Server also integrates video surveillance systems with the telecom network, enabling users to dial in and monitor cameras from any PC or mobile device equipped for mobile. The server, which supports up to 20 cameras simultaneously, also can alert users if there is an intrusion.