SIPquest working with Nortel on IP multimedia client

SIP developer SIPquest says it is collaborating with Nortel Networks on an IP Multimedia Subsystem client. The SIPquest IMS software will supply client-side call control, personalization options and presence information across device, network and media types. The client will be used with the Multimedia Communication Server 5200 Application Server in continuing Nortel CMS customer trials and initial CMS deployments. SIPquest also says it will offer a full line of Converged Multimedia Clients for the delivery of next-generation, personalized services made possible by the adoption of IMS architecture.

For more details on SIPquest's convergence plans:
- read this RCR Wireless News article

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