FirstHand Experience

March 2007
Business Communications Review;Mar2007, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p36
Trade Publication
The article reports that enterprises in the United States are spending billions of dollars on Internet protocol telephony systems which are SIP-based. Communications company FirstHand Technologies is pioneering an extension of Internet telephony systems to mobile devices like smartphones, Windows Mobile platforms, and BlackBerry personal computers. This extension could lead to easier communications for businesses, including the presence of workgroup members on cell phones, and the fast set-up of ad hoc audio conferences.


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