Motorola pushes VoWLAN smartphones in the enterprise

Motorola is offering a product suite designed to enable enterprises to replace their desktop phones with VoIP smartphones.

The company is offering the Total Enterprise Access and Mobility VoWLAN product that includes Windows Mobile smartphones and multiple servers that are integrated on top of a company's existing infrastructure. The smartphones, which can only operate over WLANs, are capable of making calls, accessing corporate email and running corporate applications. Some of the unique applications include the ability to have up to four active voice sessions on the handset at one time as well as push-to-talk services. Motorola said the products are scalable up to 4,500 users.

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