Avaya, Intel partner for wVoIP

Avaya today at the Intel Developer Forum said it is working with Intel to improve the quality of VoIP services delivered over wireless networks. In particular, Avaya said it plans to design its SIP-based, IP Telephony Softphone for laptop PCs for use with Intel's Centrino mobile notebook processor. Avaya's Softphone will be optimized for the next generation of Intel Centrino (code-named "Napa"), incorporating packet privatization, bandwidth management, and call admission control. The two companies also said they plan to improve the integration, control, and functionality of Bluetooth devices used in conjunction with Avaya's softphone.

For more on the Avaya, Intel wVoIP partnership:
- check out this press release

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