Cisco, Nokia race to link cell phones, corporate VoIP

02/14/2007 | Network World

New dual-mode phones from Cisco and Nokia are designed to sense whether 802.11g or GSM radio networks have the strongest signal before placing calls. The dual-mode Nokia E61i and E65 smartphones handsets use software that enables them to operate as a corporate phone extension off a Cisco CallManager IP PBX and messaging infrastructure.

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