New smartphone version fulfils the real promise of VoIP mobility; new Controller module delivers seamless mobility across IP and Cellular networks.
Cicero Networks Ltd., a leading developer of wireless Voice over IP (wVoIP) solutions, today announced the launch of the eagerly awaited smartphone version of CiceroPhone, converged VoIP/Cellular softphone. In addition, Cicero has also announced a new Call Continuity server, a major new enhancement to the Cicero Controller enabling seamless roaming between both Wi-Fi/GSM and Wi-Fi/CDMA networks.
Using CiceroPhone, users can make and receive all of their calls – VoIP, Fixed and Cellular – though a single user interface on their mobile phone. Together with the new seamless roaming features delivered by Cicero Controller, operators can now deliver an always-on mobile service, whereby calls are optimally routed based on network availability (Wi-Fi/Cellular), cost and Quality of Service (QoS).
“Ease of use and transparency of service using dual-mode phones are the key factors which will drive the adoption of converged fixed mobile services”, says Ross Brennan, CEO Cicero Networks. “We have been very focused in ensuring our wireless VoIP solutions meet the operator requirements in these areas, which in turn will enable them to deliver compelling new services to their subscribers”.
The CiceroPhone smartphone client is being showcased on the recently launched Qtek 8310/8300, the first Windows Mobile dual-mode smartphones to come market.
“HTC constantly strives to provide innovation to our customers through leading edge products to the wireless consumer and enterprise markets. By providing Qtek series with Cicero Networks solution, users can easily maintain mobility and flexibility and enjoy visually rich, personalised communications anytime, anywhere”, said Peter Chou, President of HTC.
CiceroPhone smartphone client is available immediately for Windows Mobile 5.0 smartphone and PDA devices. The Cicero Controller Call Continuity module is scheduled for release mid-December 2005.
Pe scurt,o aplicatie Voip pt WiFi Smartphones.
Asteptam reactia Skype.
Edited by IP-XCENTRIC, on 19-11-2005, 01:38:31 (1 times)
Taoyuan, Taiwan and London, United Kingdom - High Tech Computer Corp. (HTC) (TAIEX: 2498), the global leader in Microsoft Windows Smart Handheld devices, today announced its plans to drive the growth of smart phone technology across Europe. Having pioneered this market through partnerships with Microsoft and key mobile operators since 2002, HTC is strengthening its European handle with a multi-million pound investment to build a senior sales and marketing team based in Slough, Berkshire, UK.
The key partners Including Rene Obermann, the CEO of T-Mobile, Neil Holloway, the President of Microsoft in Europe, Middle East & Africa, and Vivek Badrinath, EVP of Orange, presented in the opening of HTC European office and declared for strengthening the strategic partnership with HTC.
The new operation allows HTC to offer existing key partners, including:
-Telefonica, as well as new affiliates, a quicker route to market and a better understanding of local nuances. In addition, the company’s business model allows it to work closely with its customers; providing differentiation through form factor, materials, finish, colours, software and applications. As innovators of smart phone technology HTC is also able to help its partners to take advantage of new growth streams such as digital music, photography and portable business applications.
Peter Chou, President of HTC says, "Strengthening our presence in Europe is a key milestone for HTC; it clearly demonstrates our strong commitment to delivering the very best-of-class products to our partners."
"Smart phones have become the highest growth sector in the handset market place (IDC). The flexibility of the Windows Mobile platform combined with the opportunities of 3G means that they are no longer the preserve of mobile enterprises but have the potential to hit the broader consumer market. Our European operation and commitment to driving product innovation, as well as dedicated partner support, means we're able to fulfil the challenging needs of a changing and exciting market", says HTC.
Odata cu mutarea birourilor in Europa,ma astept la mai multe telefoane prezentate in avanpremiera pe diferite site-uri,informatii scapate cu bunavointa celor de la HTC,probabil cea mai ieftina forma de marketing...
Edited by IP-XCENTRIC, on 06-12-2005, 00:07:17 (1 times)
Grundig GR980: another communicator based on HTC Universal Grundig Mobile, the company established in January as the result of a license agreement between the Spanish Vitelcom Mobile Technology and the Dutch Grundig Multimedia, is to release its communicator based on HTC Universal platform.
The device got the name Grundig GR980. I’d remind you that HTC Universal communicator is like small laptop-transformer. It is powered by Windows Mobile 5.0 and supports 3G UMTS networks and also GSM/GPRS and Wi-Fi. Grundig GR980 is expected in retail in 1Q 2006.
The specs of Grundig GR980:
UMTS, GSM (900/1800/1900 MHz) and GPRS
3.6” TFT-screen, VGA (640x480 pixels), 65K colors
Processor Intel Bulverde 520 MHz
64 MB RAM and 128 MB flash-memory
1.3-megapixel camera with flash and additional CIF-camera
Wi-Fi (802.11b), Bluetooth, IrDA and USB
Dimensions – 131.6x79x21.6 mm
Weight - 285 g
Grundig va vinde HTC Universal sub numele Grundig GR980.
Ciudat e ca se jura ca ei au dezvoltat produsul !!!