Avaya Launches In-Building Mobile Devices

IP wireless handsets are OEM'd from Vo-Fi vendors.

April 21, 2007

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Avaya unveiled a set of new in-building IP mobile devices this week designed for staff members who need to stay connected as they roam through a building or campus.

The voice-over-wireless devices are aimed at workers in hospitals, industrial businesses and other organizations where staff members are frequently on the move but need a tool to record and/or access networked information.Avaya is offering four different models that provide features to appeal to companies in specific vertical markets. The Avaya 3641 and 3645 handsets, for example, are built to withstand harsh or hectic environments, such as warehouses or hospitals, while the Avaya 3631 is made for office workers. Avaya also is selling the 3711 IP Digital Enhanced Cordless Technology (DECT) device, which uses IP DECT to ensure exceptional voice quality and to segregate voice and data traffic.

The first three handsets are shipping now. The Avaya 3711 IP DECT device is scheduled to ship in North America next month.

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