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#248303 12/10/11 05:23 PM
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It will provide advance applications such as Networking, Hotel/Motel, ACD, and desk Top suite.
It will not replace the DSX.

The programming is in much more depth and detail.
Still over the counter product.

The off shore SL1000 has been in distribution the
past year.


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Originally posted by Coral Tech:
Is this available over the counter? If so, it'll be the same story as the DSX.
I don't think it will. Too many so called phone guys will freak over the programming. Trunkers won't want to make the effort to understand it and on the surface it doesn't look much different than the DSX to the customer. The old Vodavi dealers are still wrestling with the SBX which has been out for a few years.

Look on the bright side, dealers used to the SV series are going to pick up work from trunkers screwing things up and customers giving them a call to fix it.

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I just became an NEC dealer after servicing a few DSX systems over the years. I spoke to my dealer rep and informed him that I was concerned about picking up a product that was released in 2007 (voice mail in 2006). He then let me know the DSX was midlife that it would not be end of life for another 5 years or so. The problem is that the DSX Thailand plant is under water and production has been halted.

He told me to look at the SL1100 but it would be a little more difficult to set up. The SL1100 web site has a support video on anything you would wish to provide the customer. You have a new product and that should help us all close more deals the next few years.

#248306 12/11/11 07:56 AM
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Originally posted by STS E:
... Networking, Hotel/Motel, ACD, and desk Top suite...
Networking as in CCIS or networking as in Web Pro? these little switches are looking better and better. ACD on a $XXXX switch? The inline mail I would assume is a UM spin off if Hotel/Motel is in the mix and the Desktop Suite is already built.
As Deltron said, "an sv8100 lite"


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I didn't see ACD on the system feature list.

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ACD, Networking,and My Calls (future).

The SL1100 was brought out a little early here in the US,due to the situation in Thailand i assume.
Yes,a sv8100(lite).


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I have the pricing. It's slightly higher than the DSX.

We set ours up yesterday. It's pretty much an SV8100 lite. They disabled the ability for the third expansion cabinet in the US market for some reason. Anybody know why one couldn't load the Euro software to gain this ability? Are Euro systems different than ours?
If it's anything like the 8100 then no. The CPU is hardware locked so that you can't install software from another country..


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Same software set that has been added to and tweaked on since the I series.

No cross platform availability (SL1100 sets dont work on any other systems and vice versa) and no real networking to other NEC platforms(SV series, UX series or Aspire)
A midlle of the road system to fill the gaps.


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I think that the lack of networking between other SV systems will be the killer in this part of the world. I mentioned this systems at a sales meeting here yesterday and they were not keen on another different system with more logistics and stock to keep..


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They might not have had a choice. Apparently the floods in Thailand have wiped out DSX production. Already there's shortages of equipment, especially DSX40 cards. I just bought out the entire inventory from two suppliers of CO and digital station boards for the DSX40. I think 34btn phone stocks are a bit low too.

We're ramping up as fast as possible on the SL in case we can't supply the DSX on outstanding bids. Any new bids will probably be the SV. I've been told it may well be the end of February before the supply chain is filled.

Talk to computer guys about the hard drive shortages. One large white box distributor here in Kansas City of computer equipment told me this morning that unless something quickly changes they will essentially be out of business within 90 days.

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