Company Spotlight: Nortel Networks

January 2007
MarketWatch: Telecoms;Jan2007, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p8
Market Research Report
The article reports that Nortel Networks Corp. will launch the fixed-mobile convergence services offered to business enterprises and mobile phone users. The company also extends its services to clients using software technology on Windows Mobile 5.0 and Symbian phones. Nortel Networks works with Microsoft Inc. through the integration of its services with Microsoft's Office Communications Server. Nortel provides products and services for the voice and multimedia telecommunication network.


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