Cisco forms collaboration with Intel, Nokia and RIM

To optimise clients and wireless network components, Cisco is working with Intel, Nokia, RIM and other industry innovators, so that enterprises can simply deploy highly secure clients.

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By  Tawanda Chihota Published  May 2, 2006

Cisco Systems has announced that it is working with Intel Corporation, Nokia, Research In Motion (RIM) and other technology leaders to drive enterprise adoption of voice-ready wireless networks. Building upon the growth and widespread adoption of voice-over-IP (VoIP), and Wi-Fi networks, Cisco believes its products can help build the foundation for enterprise organizations that want to capitalize on converging technologies and make voice over Wi-Fi a business reality. Voice-ready wireless is an end-to-end solutions approach that addresses the convergence of VoIP and wireless networks and allows enterprises to extend the mobility benefits of wireless networks to their voice communications. Critical to this solution are client devices with fully integrated advanced wireless LAN capabilities to ensure optimal performance. To optimise clients and wireless network components, Cisco is working with Intel, Nokia, RIM and other industry innovators, so that enterprises can simply deploy highly secure clients that are interoperable and capable of supporting advanced features required for voice.

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