Nokia collaborates on enterprise mobility

Nokia reports it is working with Cisco, OnRelay, IBM and other vendors on a strategy to offer advanced enterprise voice mobility options, ranging from intelligent call routing to VoIP connectivity between mobile devices and company IP PBXs. Nokia says it will collaborate closely with established leaders in enterprise IP communications and early innovators, like OnRelay, to help drive enterprise mobility and IP telephony.

"Our target is to make the Nokia enterprise mobile device the de facto corporate mobile telephone by delivering robust, familiar and easy-to-use experience with the widest range of voice connectivity options while matching the various needs and existing infrastructure of companies," said Jaakko Olkkonen, Nokia's general manager for enterprise voice solutions, in a statement.

For more information on Nokia's enterprise mobility push:
- read this company press release

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