British firm gets European patent for mobile system to replace desk phones

OnRelay has been granted a patent for its mobile branch exchange (MBX) software in Europe (Patent No 1374609), adding to existing patents in the US, Singapore and Australia.

OnRelay has been granted a patent for its mobile branch exchange (MBX) software in Europe (Patent No 1374609), adding to existing patents in the US, Singapore and Australia.

MBX is the only known system that allows a mobile phone to completely replace a desk phone.

The MBX patent covers the fundamental MBX system architecture and all basic call flows of the MBX system, including its seamless routing of mobile calls in both directions via private branch exchange (PBX) systems.

British firm OnRelay recently secured extra investment capital to commercialise its technology internationally.

The core of the MBX patent is OnRelay's underlying Telephony Internetworking Protocol (TINP).

TINP is based on end-to-end separation of telephony signalling and transport across multiple standards, operators and network boundaries.

TINP is a new way of allowing mobile phones to seamlessly interconnect with PBX switches and corporate IP telephony servers on a global scale in an operator independent manner.




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