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1 uMobility Across Platforms Ray Bonneau Product Management

2 What if you could take your existing infrastructure and: Bring all of your cell phones into the enterprise voice network With consistent telecom policy enforcement for international and long distance usage With all users reachable with one phone number While using only one voice mailbox Engaging service from all wireless operators and network types Using the Wi-Fi network youve already paid for Inside and Outside of the Enterprise Network - Seamlessly Why Buy uMobility?

3 Smartphone platform flexibility Multiple smart phone support Intuitive dual mode user experience Voice over Wireless LAN / Wi-Fi Dial via Office over Cellular Over-the-air activation Tight integration with native dialer Secure Popular PBX features Dual/simultaneous ringing with Deskphone Call waiting, hold, transfer, … Seamless network transition (to/from Wi-Fi) uMobility: Turn your Smartphone into PBX Extension

4 Hospitals and Affiliated Doctors Drivers NMH wanted to solve cellular coverage issues in the hospital. NMH staff uses Smartphones/tablets for dedicated clinical applications uMobility Benefits Continuous coverage leveraging voice grade WiFi network Privacy – Publish office number and sign off Paging over smartphone devices using uMobility Alert application ROI Replace dedicated phones and maintenance with inexpensive alternative saving hundreds of dollars a year per device Allow multiple carrier environment servicing doctors affiliated with multiple hospitals

5 uMobility Client NECAM uMobility Solution Plan iOS devices including iPod Touch, iPad, iPhone MAC and PC client ~ Sept 2012 Blackberry Apple Android BB9000 (OS5.x) BB9300 (OS6.x) BB9600 (OS7.x) Page 5 © NEC Corporation 2010 Supported System All platform!! On premise server solution are available on SV81/83/85 and 3C Support WiFi only (Summer 2012) WiFi client with NEC Logo Directly connect to SIP Server SV81(SL1100)/83/85 and 3C Requires STD SIP License WiFi only client to be distributed through App Stores (i.e. iTunes App Store) Android Atrix2 Android Galaxy II Android Tablet (Galaxy Tab) Roadmap features: SMSoIP – Target Sept 2012 Video – Target Sept 2012 NAT Traversal – Target Sept 2012 Push-To-Talk - TBD

6 Change presence By your smart phone Download Client and connect NEC SIP Server! NECAM uMobility Sales Approach Use same uMobility SIP client on Smartphone Full FMC Solution Seemless Hand Off Between PSTN and WiFi Always receive a phone call whether on Cell or WiFi WiFi Client Add uMobility Server Add FMC Features Upgradable Solution for All Platforms Add Server for additional benefits: Over the Air Provisioning Enhanced Security Device Management Enterprise Dialing (Cellular)

7 UNIVERGE SV8500/SV8300/SV8100 IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx(Floating IP) Domain: Same as IP Global IP (Port forward to SV8500) (Port forward to UNIVERGE 3C) Currently below Ports plan to be opened: UDP: Voice Conference Server IP:xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx It provides External MoH and 3 way conference bridge. NEC IP phone Ext:xxxx. xxxx IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Port Forward SIP-NAT uMobility Client Ext:xxxx IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx address:xxxxxxxxx Another Office On Premise uMobility Client Ext:xxxx IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx SIP-NAT uMobility Cloud Server UNIVERGE 3C IP: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Domain: Same as IP Hybrid – Cloud Model

8 iOS 5.0 support Android ICS (4.x) Support WiFi Only Client PC/MAC Client Media By Pass Vo3G – G729 and AMR Video Calling New OS Releases Device Management Media Bypass - BB Video Enhancements As of 7/12/2012 Complete iOS6? WM8? Except for BB Includes Headless Page 8 Varaha Development NEC DQA NEC Release Complete Except for BB BB Support NEC Branded uMobility Roadmap - Core

9 © NEC Corporation 2009 Page 9 uMobility Roadmap SolutionsFeaturesNECAM ReleaseNotes Features New OS Releases(?)Sep-12 ?expecting iOS 6 - could be delayed until oct/nov Device ManagementFY Q3uMC Data Wipe, Device Data Wipe, Load Configuration (other apps), Device Lock Media BypassFY Q3BB Peer to Peer Support - BB10 OS supported User Auto Provisioning enhancementsFY Q3LDAP authenication, Auto Discovery (DNS/DHCP) Video Calling (?)FY Q3Suspected Enhancements Vertical market Apps - Nurse CallFY 14 Q1Nurse Call Integration application - Amcom/EXTENSION MESA Applications Two way secure messaging - SMS? SMSoIP - built into product (requires SMS service) - SMS to office number (~$.03/msg outside) XMPP FederationFY Q4separate product - separate licenses (NEC to use UCE/3C for XMPP) Push to TalkFY Q4Separate product - XMPP federation licenses - SIP/SIMPLE Mobile Presence/IMFY Q4Same product as XMPP - SOAP/Web 2.0FY 14Q1Interface to uMC for third part apps to use uMobility as a mobile platform Notification Server(Ads)FY 14Q1Use SOAP interface to connect an ad server Multimedia Messaging - Alert/AckFY 14Q1MMS support - ehancement to SMS Platform Active Directory/LDAPReleasedDirectory capabilities - Corporate Directory VMWare, Cloud ServicesReleasedVMWare 5.x, HyperV(?) Multi-Tenant Distributed deploy?load balancing with uRoam IMS Core IntegrationNo PlanCarriers only OAM/Production IP SeparationNo Plandone for a customer - NEC to wait for a customer Centralized w/Multi-Tenant????? - Jogen to further investigate WiSPR 2.0 or Equiv?Auto Hotspot Logging in - When AP vendors support latest WiSPR protocol Wireless RoamingFY Q4Builds on WiSPR support - provides Layer 3 roamin like layer 2 Learning AlgorithmFY Q4Allows admin to mark exit AP's to increase handoffs uMobility Roaming EnhancementsFY Q4 uRoam enhancements - adding support for: roaming between countries, WLAN networks etc.. uMobility Roadmap - Full

10 uMobility Server-less or Direct Connect

11 © NEC Corporation 2009 Page 11 Feature (VoIP )AndroidiPhoneBlackberryDescription/ Clarification Make callYYY Receive callYYY Dialer (For tablet devices this is required)YYN PBX features call hold/unholdYYY Call transfer - DirectYYY DTMF (RFC 2833)YYY Authentication (HTTP Digest)YYY Call transfer - AnnouncedYYY Codecs G A-law, u-lawYYN Device features Call mute/unmuteYYY Call from Call logsYYY iPhone-voip call logs only. Native call logs integration is not possible Call from contactsYYY SpeakerYYY HeadsetYYY For audio interface only (cannot / ans / reject from wired headset) Hard key control (Volume, call, … as applicable)YYY Screen lock supportYYY uMobility Direct Connect Features

12 © NEC Corporation 2009 Page 12 Call LogsDial PadContacts uMobility Direct Connect Screenshots NEC Branded Icon NEC Branded About Screen

13 © NEC Corporation 2009 Page 13 uMobility Direct Connect Settings Multiple SIP Profiles Server Type Selection Default = Standard SIPSIP Settings

14 © NEC Corporation 2009 Page 14 uMobility Direct Connect Dialing Dial Pad – iOS Native Dialer for Other platforms User Choice for Call Type Connected Call Call on Hold – Place 2 nd Call No Swap – SV Platforms

15 HIRO Registered 1630 Main screen and Contacts Keypad / Options Call Logs Contacts Voice Mail uMobility New Tablet GUI

16 HIRO Registered 1630 Press Keypad icon Keypad / Options Call Logs Contacts Voice Mail Kakiuchi Motofumi On Call * 0 # uMobility New Tablet GUI

17 uMobility Call Flows

18 uMobility Controller Mobile User x1001 Internet (Data) 3G/4G/WiFi Option 2: Voice/Signaling over Public Voice Networks Option 1: Voice/Signaling over Internet Key BenefitsPresence, VoWi-Fi, VoVPN, Enterprise Dialing Seamless Handoff (VoWifi-3G and 3G-VoWifi) Branch/SMB SV8x00 or 3C Mobile User x1001 Public Voice Network (GSM/CDMA/3G/4G) x1001 Firewall Advanced Fixed Mobile Convergence with uMobility

19 uMC Internet (Data) 3G/4G/WiFi Notes: Available for trunk and line side configurations Branch/SMB SV8x00 or 3C Mobile User x1001 Public Voice Network (GSM/CDMA/3G/4G) x1001 FW Intranet WiFi From: PSTN # To: uMobility DID registered on uMC IP uMC DID in Wi-Fi? uMC DID in Wi-Fi? uMC DID IP AddressCell Number Yes SIP/RTP Single Number Reach in VoIP (Wi-Fi)

20 Internet (Data) 3G/4G/WiFi Branch/SMB Mobile User x1001 Public Voice Network (GSM/CDMA/3G/4G) Intranet WiFi From: PSTN # To: uMobility DID registered on uMC IP uMC DID in Wi-Fi? uMC DID in Wi-Fi? uMC DID IP AddressCell Number No From: PSTN # To: uMC SV8x00 or 3C FW Notes: Available for trunk and line side configurations Single Number Reach in Cellular

21 Internet (Data) 3G/4G/WiFi Branch/SMB Mobile User x1001 Public Voice Network (GSM/CDMA/3G/4G) x2222 Intranet WiFi uMC DID IP AddressCell Number Person dials ext.2222 Hot Spot Access VPN Setup From: To: (vpn) uMC SV8x00 or 3C FW Notes: Available for trunk and line side configurations Enterprise Dialing with VPN Security

22 Internet (Data) 3G/4G/WiFi Branch/SMB Mobile User x1001 Public Voice Network (GSM/CDMA/3G/4G) x2222 Intranet WiFi uMC DID IP AddressCell Number Person dials ext From: To: 2222 Notes: Available for trunk and line side configurations uMC SV8x00 or 3C FW Enterprise Dialing over Intranet in VoIP

23 Internet (Data) 3G/4G/WiFi Branch/SMB Mobile User x1001 Public Voice Network (GSM/CDMA/3G/4G) x2222 Intranet WiFi From: To: uMobility DID registered on uMC IP Valid User? Match cell number to DID Valid User? Match cell number to DID uMC DID IP AddressCell Number From: To: 2222 Person dials ext.2222 uMobility client dials pilot number (DID) Client sends DTMF: 2222 uMC Accepts Call Yes Collects Dialed Digits uMC SV8x00 or 3C FW Notes: Available for trunk and line side configurations Enterprise Dialing - Cellular

24 Internet (Data) 3G/4G/WiFi Notes: Available for trunk and line side configurations Branch/SMB Public Voice Network (GSM/CDMA/3G/4G) x1001 Cisco IOS Firewall Mobile User x1001 Intranet WiFi From: PSTN # To: uMC DID IP AddressCell Number Service Quality Measurements Handoff needed? Yes From: To: Make-Before-Break Handoff Leg Make-Before-Break Handoff Leg Handoff leg established? Handoff leg established? Yes uMC SV8x00 or 3C FW Handoffs – Wi-Fi to Cellular

25 Internet (Data) 3G/4G/WiFi Branch/SMB Public Voice Network (GSM/CDMA/3G/4G) x1001 Cisco IOS Firewall Mobile User x1001 Intranet WiFi From: PSTN # To: uMC DID IP AddressCell Number SIP/RTP Handoff needed? Yes From: uMC To: Make-Before-Break Handoff Leg Make-Before-Break Handoff Leg Handoff leg established? Handoff leg established? Yes Service Quality Measurements Notes: Available for trunk and line side configurations uMC SV8x00 or 3C FW Handoffs – Cellular to Wi-Fi

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