Internet Protocol Private Branch Exchange (IP PBX)

NEC’s UNIVERGE Desktop IP Terminals provide all the features and functionality of traditional phones with the seamless integration of advanced IP applications. Integration of voice and data is no longer limited to the network or the PC desktop; it is now in the end-users’ hands.

UNIVERGE Desktop IP Terminals are ergonomically designed for natural comfort and facilitate use through an array of menu- driven soft key functions and easy-access function keys. Together, these aspects of the terminal deliver power, versatility and programmability to all user stations, maximizing efficiency and productivity.

Because the entire desktop surface is crafted for user productivity and fosters better speed, service and performance, the UNIVERGE Desktop IP Terminal can help your business reach more profitable heights.

Using an IP PBX system will have the equipment. That must be shared Each section will have different backgrounds or capabilities, it is mainly divided into two parts.


Serves to manage data channel sound. Compare the numbers to IP Address by phone system can make. Call together Users no longer need to know the IP Address includes a channel to connect to external (Trunk), for example.

  • - SIP Proxy / Sip Server
  • - GateKeeper
  • - Asterisk Server
  • - IP-PBX Server

Telephony Terminal

The device is connected to. Network To receive information by voice to a LAN port for connecting to a port Switching Hub. Connect with your regular phone, except with IP Phone handset. Comes in a device,

ATA (Analog Telephone Adaptor)

It will be at least 1 LAN 1 FXS to connect the phone to the system VoIP IP-PBX.

VoIP Gateway

ATA is very similar, but with more functions. It can be connected to each other Without Server join the Dial Plan to define itself as number 201 on the IP, number 301 is IP

IP Phone

Is equipped Phone Systems The imputed equipment Could replace traditional phone immediately.


Computer simulation programs, telephone systems require a phone.

Analog Asterisk Card / Digital Card

A channel connection between the IP-PBX phone system with common infrastructure. The installation on a Server