Mitel launches IP telephony applications.
Mitel Corp's Mitel Communications Systems division has introduced two new enterprise IP telephony applications that integrate with Palm Handheld personal digital assistants (PDAs) and Microsoft's Exchange 2000.
Called Ipera IrDA (Infrared Display Adapter) Portal, the PDA application includes software for the Palm operating system and an infrared adapter for Mitel's SUPERSET 4025 IP telephones. The system allows users to place calls from their Palm OS address books - via infrared signals - over Mitel's IP telephones linked to the Ipera 2000 voice over IP system.
The other new application is called Impresa Personal Assistant. It integrates with Microsoft Exchange 2000 enabling callers to place, forward and transfer calls from the Microsoft Outlook contacts database on their PC. The product also offers a graphical user interface that allows users to access features on Ipera 2000 for greater control over their voice communications.
Both applications will be available in 1Q'2001. Ipera IrDA Portal will cost approximately USD120 with software and an infrared adapter while Impresa Personal Assistant can be downloaded free of charge from http://www.mite.com.
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|Date:||Jan 8, 2001|
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