Ericsson said the system will initially provide mobile voice and data services, integrating fully into a corporate communications network, which uses 2G/3G mobile devices as well as dual-mode mobile/Wi-Fi devices. The platform also supports IP-based phone calls.
Joe McGarvey, an analyst at Current Analysis, said Ericsson’s move “highlights a requirement – to extend enterprise-class communications and collaboration features to mobile users – which all suppliers in the industry must meet.”
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