TABLETmedia Completes Interoperability With Nortel MCS Servers
SAN FRANCISCO - January 16, 2006:
TABLETmedia, Inc. announces today that it has completed interoperability tests with Nortel [NYSE/TSX: NT] Multimedia Communication Server 5200 (MCS 5200) system. TABLETmedia's iFon is the first mobile soft phone client to formally receive Nortel's Registered Product status, thus offering mobile voice (VoIP), videoconferencing and messaging to Nortel MCS 5200 customers and users.
"We are very pleased through this relationship to be able to offer Nortel customers an advanced solution to enable the MCS mobile services" says Alessandro Gatti, President and CEO of TABLETmedia, Inc.. "The Nortel MCS is one of the most advanced and complete solutions for IP-based rich communications on the market today and this announcement answers specific customer requests for a mobile client that delivers rich communication services to users of wireless PDAs and dual-mode PDA/phones."
The MCS 5200 is a carrier-grade SIP-based system which seamlessly integrates voice, video, messaging, collaboration and presence, enabling service providers to deliver hosted multimedia communication services to create new revenue-generating opportunities. These next generation multimedia services enhance the ability for both enterprise and consumer end-users to communicate and collaborate more effectively and efficiently.
The results of the interoperability tests are included in the latest release of TABLETmedia's iFon, the most advanced integrated soft client for mobile devices. iFon is a Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) based application for on Microsoft Windows Mobile devices with either single-mode (WiFi only) or dual-mode (GSM/CDMA and WiFi) wireless connectivity. iFon enables voice (VoIP), 1- or 2-way videoconferencing, text messaging and also supports integrated GSM/CDMA voice dialing and SMS messaging.
This announcement allows TABLETmedia to further maintain its technical leadership as well as track record as an innovator of the way people communicate with their mobile devices. On dual-mode devices iFon users benefit from a single interface to place voice calls or send text messages, while the software automatically chooses the most appropriate wireless network. In addition, iFon has unique advanced power and WiFi management features to maximize the battery life and performance on wireless networks.
About TABLETmedia, Inc.
TABLETmedia, Inc. is the leader for next-generation IP-based communication solutions for mobile platforms that are developed and distributed to service providers, manufacturers and integrators. Using advanced integration, communication and compression technologies, TABLETmedia was the first company in the world to turn PDAs into ITU-T H.323 and IETF SIP standards-based wireless telephones and videoconferencing devices operating on any type of wireless packet data networks. TABLETmedia's iFon enables service providers and enterprises to deploy previously unfeasible mobile voice, video and messaging applications. Employee productivity and efficiency are greatly improved while reducing costs simply by extending through wireless VoIP (or VoWLAN) the existing corporate telephony infrastructure to wireless mobile and embedded devices such as phones or set-top boxes. More information on TABLETmedia is available at http://www.tabletmedia.com.
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