UC for Enterprise Manager, NEC’s centralized Web-based management system for communication systems, provides reliable management making a business’s communication system more productive. See how Cleveland State University migrated four aging communication systems into a single, SV8500 platform to enable the network administration staff the ability to view the entire campus communications system using UCE Manager. With the expansion of end user’s needs, the implementation of the infrastructure was important to the university’s communications systems. See the video.
It was a late night in 2003 when the culmination of NEC Space Systems’ hard work was sent away. And not just away to college…but to go collect some rocks on an asteroid and come back home. Sound like the plot from a certain Bruce Willis movie???
NEC acted as the systems integrator in conjunction with JAXA, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, in the development of Hyabusa. Hyabusa is an ion engine powered space probe with some advanced technology driving it.
The probe successfully made it to the asteroid, collected the material and shot back to earth. Of course, like any good space story plot, there was drama. On its way back to earth Hyabusa lost attitude control due to a fuel leak. With the support of NEC, JAXA completed a work around and 2 years later the probe made it safely back to its home.
There is a great movie at the website link below that details the story.
It’s been a while since the last blog post. Sorry about that.
What do you get when you combine a great software-based voice platform and expertise in the hospitality industry? A single interface device in your hotel room where you can make phone calls, video calls, order room service, turn up the heat, and yes……order more towels!!!
CLOVERIS is an all in one software that connects to your hotel room’s HVAC control, property management system, reservations system and phone system to provide a new experience for the guest. Since I’m a visual person, check out the video demo we did at the HiTec conference.
You may already know about NEC’s submarine optical fiber project, which is over 2000 miles of fiber at the ocean bottom pushing about 10Gbps. NEC has put this technology to use in another capacity…earthquake and tsunami detection.
Working with the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), NEC has put one of the most advanced earthquake detection systems in the world about 4000 meters beneath the ocean. The system contains state of the art seismograph technologies and water pressure meters which help in detecting and predicting major ocean events.
But this is not NEC’s first time at a project like this. In 1979 NEC planted its first earthquake observation system off the coast of Japan.
NEC technology demos and more…
|Sphericall for Hospitality
|CLOVERIS – Interactive Room Control
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|UCE Attendant Hospitality