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March 15, 2007

Siemens, Nokia Work on Wi-Fi/GSM Roaming for Corporate Users

By Glenn Fleishman

Siemens and Nokia want to ease handoffs between VoWLAN and GSM networks: It’s appealing to companies and operators alike to have a single handset that can work on a VoWLAN within a company and GSM when roaming. The two companies will work on providing seamless handoffs. The specific products that will be improved are Nokia’s popular E series of phones and Siemens’s MobileConnect server for fixed-mobile convergence. The E60 is compatible, as is a Windows Mobile 5 smartphone from Fujitsu-Siemens.

Posted by Glennf at March 15, 2007 3:14 PM

Categories: Convergence, VoWLAN

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That's interesting. But could you write something about people using wireless GSM from their businesses to traveling on the road? Like if a salesperson needed to be connected to the home office or if a fleet needed to be tracked or something. I know one company makes a router for this, but could you write about a topic like this in another post?


Posted by: Alex at March 28, 2007 8:52 AM

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