NEC stellt die Lieferung von SV8100er Lizenzen zum 31.03.2019 ein.

Erfreulicherweise passt aber die CPU-Baugruppe des Nachfolgemodels SV9100 in das Gehäuse der SV8100 so das auf der Hardwareseite nur die eine Baugruppe ausgetauscht werden muss. Auf der Softwareseite müssen leider alle gebuchten Funktionen neu lizensiert werden.

Eine der wichtigsten Verbesserungen in der SV9100 ist die Application Platform, damit ist es möglich TK bezogenen Anwendung direkt in der Telefonanlage laufen zu lassen. Erschienen sind bisher Apps gegen Gebühren Betrug und Hotel Anwendungen, weitere Anwendungen wie Computer-Telefon-Integration sind in Vorbereitung.

Im Gegensatz zu den meisten Anlagen anderer Hersteller ist dafür keine Erweiterungs CPU notwendig da der Prozessor der SV9100 von Hause aus sehr leistungsstark ist.

 Nachstehend der aktuelle Stand des Lebenszyklus der SV8100.

 

 

 

EON: End of new deliveries. The product and product related sales articles cannot be ordered anymore for new system sales. However, current systems can still be upgraded with new software and expanded with additional hardware and licenses during the EON period. Platforms only: The phased out platform can in this timeframe also be added as new nodes to an existing cluster which comprises any of these servers. Delivery time may take longer than usual.

EOD: End of deliveries. The product and product related sales items cannot be delivered any more.

EOS: End of Service. Service and support on the product has ended and related communication platform software has ended as follows: Some functions in Communication Platforms consist of a combination of Hardware or External Application together with the supporting Software within the Communication Platform that integrates the Hardware or External Application. When such Hardware or External Application reaches the end of its lifecycle and is declared End of Service, then the supporting Software within the Communication Platform is also End of Service. The supporting Software will NOT, unless specifically stated to the contrary, be removed from subsequent releases of the Software and in most cases the End of Service Hardware will continue to function correctly. However NEC will no longer test nor guarantee the correct functioning of the End of Service Hardware, nor will NEC have any obligation to investigate or resolve any malfunction in the supporting Software that directly supports End of Service