Unified mobile convergence solutions will be showcased by AltiGen Communications, Inc. at GSMA’s Mobile World Congress. The Mobile World Congress will be held in Barcelona, Spain from February 14-17. AltiGen (News - Alert) Communications is a top provider of software-based Unified Communications (News - Alert) solutions. Nearly 800 of the world's mobile operators are united by the GSMA which spans 219 countries. More than 200 companies in the broader mobile ecosystem are also united by the GSMA. 50,000 attendees and 1,300 exhibitors are expected to be present at the 2011 Mobile World Congress.
In a release, Niel Levonius, senior director of corporate strategy at AltiGen said, "For enterprise and service provider customers, MaxMobile and the iFusion SmartStations are revolutionary components that deliver a completely integrated mobile user solution. Coming off the tremendous success of exhibiting at Macworld Expo 2011, Mobile World Conference gives AltiGen a higher profile, global venue to showcase our unified mobile convergence and iFusion SmartStations solutions to 50,000 mobile industry key decision makers."
Users are allowed to enable enterprise PBX (News - Alert) features with the MaxMobile solution for mobile devices. A "2nd Line" can be also assigned to a mobile phone with this solution. The phone will therefore be able to work in both Business & Private modes. The solution provides native support for Apple (News - Alert) iOS, Blackberry, and Android operating systems. Voice calls can be received over the cellular or broadband data networks. Along with an integrated VoIP SIP client, the MaxMobile solution also provides optional visual voicemail support. "Out-of-the-box" integration is offered to Microsoft (News - Alert) Lync Server 2010 and Broadsoft Broadworks R17 along with corporate directory integration.
A traditional desk phone experience to Apple iPhone users is provided due to the ergonomic handset and speakerphone of iFusion SmartStations. Users are able to enjoy their favorite iPhone music over the internal speakerphone due to the Bluetooth A2DP streaming. iPhones can be synced and charged with the iPhone dock connector provided by iFusion SmartStations. Apple products are complimented with the clean industrial design of iFusion SmartStations. An audio line out port is also provided. This can be used to connect to powered speakers through an optional audio cable.
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Edited by Jennifer Russell