Intel, Siemens to create unified communication based on VoIP

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by Knowing About, Sep 18, 2006.

  1. Intel and Siemens Communications have agreed to work togetehr on
    technology for unified communications based on VoIP. The two companies
    have agreed to jointly fund and cooperatively conduct research focused
    on secure wireless networks and real-time open unified communications
    in the short term, as well as work together longer term to create
    comprehensive vertical industry collaboration solutions to drive
    business process optimisation for key market segments such as
    telecommunications service providers, financial services and digital
    healthcare. Additional components of the agreement call for the two
    companies to establish joint market development efforts focused on the
    enterprise and service provider sectors. The overall goal of the joint
    effort is to demonstrate real time communications solutions for
    business process optimisation using Intel architecture such as Intel
    dual-core technology and carrier class Rack Mounted Servers (RMS) from
    Intel and the HiPath 8000 and OpenScape from Siemens.

    The first step is to demonstrate the OpenScape platform running
    Applications such as Personal Portal, Unified communications, Video and
    Voice Conferencing and Mobile Clients. Intel and Siemens expect to
    present findings and display the first wave of technology solutions
    developed at an Intel lab in the US to selected customers by the end of
    2006. The Intel lab will also act as a center for the optimization and
    integration of products from independent software vendors (ISVs) and
    other third party systems to work with the new open unified
    communication VoIP technologies. Additionally, Siemens and Intel plan
    to jointly optimize and prepare Siemens' software portfolio based on
    Intel dual-core technology and Intel virtualisation technology to
    provide highest performance scalability and flexible capacity for
    future performance growth regarding user updates and functional
    additions to be rolled out worldwide.

    For more information : www.knowingabout.com
     
    Knowing About, Sep 18, 2006
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