Ubiquity Software's SIP application server completes interoperability testing with the Motorola IMS

February 15, 2005

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CANNES, France -- Motorola Inc.'s (NYSE:MOT - News) Networks and Ubiquity Software today announced the successful completion of interoperability testing of the Ubiquity SIP Application Server with the Motorola IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS). The Motorola IMS provides wireless operators with the ability to migrate to fully converged core networks that will enable synchronized voice, data, and multimedia applications.

"Motorola's IMS platform is a central part of our standards-based approach to core network evolution," said Michael Krutz, vice president of the Core Networks Division of Motorola Networks. "Ubiquity has joined Motorola's IMS Interoperability Program and initial interoperability testing of the Motorola IMS platform with Ubiquity's SIP application server has been completed."

IMS applications will include converged voice services across wireless, enterprise and WiFi networks, as well as value added services such as Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC), multimedia messaging, instant messaging and chat, video conferencing and multimedia group calling. While some multimedia applications are available in one form or another today, the IMS architecture allows a single application to work across all IP enabled wireless access networks, instead of each one having to be customized to the underlying radio access technology and thereby limiting applicability. Multimedia applications built on the IMS architecture are portable, traveling with enabled devices as subscribers roam across country or around the world.

"Our SIP Application Server works with the IMS to enable operators to seamlessly develop and deploy new value-added services," said Ian McLaren, president and CEO of Ubiquity. "Motorola is following the IMS standard, and has leveraged the inherent potential for innovation in the application layer with Ubiquity."

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