Lucent to bring VoIP solutions for Pocket PC and PC
Posted on 15-Feb-2005 00:28
| Filed under: News
Lucent Technologies will integrate software solutions from Openera and Xten Networks with its IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) convergence solution to support the delivery of voice over IP (VoIP) and new converged "lifestyle" services across a variety of wireless and wireline networks. The services will be delivered to mobile phones, personal digital assistants (PDAs) and personal computers (PCs).
Under the agreements, Openera will supply its Mobile IMS Client, which enables the delivery of IMS-based multimedia services including Active Phone Book, push-to-talk and video sharing on mobile phones. Openera's Mobile IMS Client can be deployed across a range of mobile phone manufacturers' existing handsets and can be customized and re-branded for use within a service provider's network.
Xten Networks will supply its X-PRO SIP "softphone" application, which simulates the features and functionality of a small business phone system and enables VoIP services on wireline or wireless broadband connections for PC- based and Pocket PC based devices. Xten Networks' softphones are available for Windows, Mac OS X and Windows Mobile Pocket PC operating systems.
Twitter and LinkedIn »
Follow us to receive Twitter updates when new discussions are posted in our forums: