WiFi access technology allows wirelessly connectivity to local area networks. When used for VoIP, WiFi enables the development of mobile handsets that use local area networks to connect to the Internet.
WiFi can also be used in parallel to a mobile network, providing an attractive FMC (Fixed Mobile Convergence) solution. This enables use of a single device for both internal and external communications, with seamless call handover from cellular (GSM, EDGE and 3G) networks, to Wi-Fi and back. Today, a significant number of vendors, many of them RADVISION customers, provide these type of converged solutions to the market.
RADVISION’s protocol stacks and client solutions are especially suitable for developing WiFi VoIP products, and are based on long term experience serving WiFi customers across the globe.
RADVISION WiFi VoIP Benefits
RADVISION's developer products are suitable for any kind of network access:
- Dual mode handsets
- WiFi phones
- WiFi access devices and residential gateways
- WiFi based IADs
- Picocell and femtocell
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