Kamath, John-paul
November 2007
Computer Weekly;11/20/2007, p67
Trade Publication
The article reports that Nortel and International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) has announced plans to offer a new software standard that easily brings together their business applications and processes with the latest unified communications and collaboration tools. As part of this announcement, Nortel's software will be integrated with IBM's unified communications and collaboration platform, Lotus Sametime IBM and Nortel will sell communications technology comprised of services and hardware platforms including IBM BladeCenter and System x servers. Together, Nortel and IBM are initially targeting companies in the healthcare and retail markets.


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