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Avaya announced new IP-based wireless devices for businesses that help highly mobile workers remain connected to colleagues and customers
April 16, 2007
BASKING RIDGE, N.J. -- Avaya today announced new Internet protocol (IP)-based wireless devices for businesses that help highly mobile workers remain connected to colleagues and customers – and improve their productivity – as they roam within a work campus. The devices use the latest open standards-based communications technologies, and offer a range of models that serve the in-building wireless needs of all kinds of businesses.
Avaya pioneered enterprise mobility with wireless devices and IP applications that enable businesses to benefit from Intelligent Communications in an ‘always on’ world. The new devices help organizations get the most out of their wireless local area network (WLAN), with enhancements that drive better voice quality, faster installations, and simplified access to telephony functions and innovative applications.
Avaya’s new introductions offer a choice of Voice over WLAN (VoWLAN) and Digital Enhanced Cordless Technology (DECT) models, providing businesses with a cost-effective mobility solution that operates on any IP infrastructure. They are:
Avaya 3641 and 3645 VoWLAN handsets: These rugged IP wireless devices are designed for busy settings and industrial environments, such as warehouses or hospitals, and feature protection from dust, water or random impact. They provide users with an Avaya wireless device that now supports the 802.11 ‘a’ frequency (in addition to prior ‘b’ and ‘g’ support), which enhances voice quality through reduced wireless interference. These models also feature capabilities such as push to talk for instant communications, and can be easily enhanced by third-party applications, including messaging, nurse call systems, and alarm alerts.
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