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  • NEC Selected by Taj Group Hotels as a Preferred Network Solution Vendor

    Published on October 19, 2010

    New Delhi : NEC Corporation (NEC; TSE: 6701) announced today that NEC India Pvt. Ltd. (Managing Director: Koji Oda; Corporate Office: New Delhi, India), a subsidiary of NEC, has been selected as a preferred vendor by The Indian Hotels Company Limited (Managing Director & CEO: Raymond Bickson, Headquarters: Mumbai, India), known as the Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces, one of Asia’s largest and finest hotel companies. In addition to its selection, NEC also received orders for IP telephone systems for another eight new hotels being constructed by the Taj Group this year in India.

    The IP telephony system is based on NEC’s UNIVERGE SV8000 series communication server that supports voice, unified communications and mobility solutions.  The server is capable of supporting up to 16,000 endpoints in a single system and features scalable and energy-efficient solutions that are ideal for a wide variety of hotel needs.

    “Being a leader in the Hotel industry, our endeavor at the Taj Group of hotels is to bring the most compelling environment and experiences to our guests. We utilize NEC’s technology expertise for our Hotels,” said Prakash Shukla,Senior Vice President Technology & Chief Information Officer, The Indian Hotels Company Limited. “With the robust, feature-rich, scalable and interoperable solutions by NEC, we can be assured that our network delivers the highest quality services that our customers demand.”

    “NEC is honored to be selected as a preferred vendor by the Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces and we look forward to working closely together to optimize the hotel’s facilities and to provide superior services for their customers,” said Taichiro Hashizawa, Vice President and Senior General Manager, Enterprise Solutions Operations Unit, NEC Corporation.

    NEC will continue to work closely with Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces to collaborate on further services for guests and operations to become a leader in the growing hospitality market.

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