Agito Adds FMC Features

Agito Networks introduces business-class features to enterprise fixed mobile convergence marketplace

April 28, 2008

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LAS VEGAS -- Agito Networks, Inc.(TM), the company pioneering new technology in enterprise mobility, today from Interop Las Vegas 2008 announced new, innovative business-class enterprise fixed mobile convergence (eFMC) functionality in the latest version of its award-winning RoamAnywhere(TM) Mobility Router ( http://www.agitonetworks.com/products ).

RoamAnywhere will be demonstrated in Agito Networks' booth No. 2266 this week at Interop Las Vegas 2008, and in the Agito Networks suite in the Mandalay Bay Hotel.

With Agito's RoamAnywhere Mobility Router, for the first time enterprises have a stateful high-availability eFMC architecture available to them, which ensures high-performance, business-class resiliency and availability for mobile voice. Continuing to enhance users' voice over WLAN (VoWLAN) experience, RoamAnywhere natively integrates with Cisco Systems' Unified Wireless Network family. Another industry first, RoamAnywhere supports identity-based mobility with enhanced native integration with Microsoft Active Directory and LDAP.

Voice is a mission critical enterprise service, and Agito's RoamAnywhere Mobility Router delivers the richest enterprise-class mobile voice features found in an eFMC product today.

"Here at Anthony Marano, we need in-building wireless coverage, seamless handover to cellular, and some specific PBX functions delivered to the multiple types of handsets we use, all due to our large facility which has very poor cellular coverage," said Christopher Nowak, CTO of the Anthony Marano Company. "Agito has native integration into our PBX and a very elegant technique to ensure perfect hand over, by providing the handset with enterprise site knowledge of where handoffs need to occur. We see a solution like this giving us the improved voice mobility we need to enhance the responsiveness and productivity of our key sales, purchasing and management staff who are dependent on synchronous communications."

Agito Networks Inc.

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