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3rd Party Mobility Solutions for Use with IP Office

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Although Avaya offers different mobility solutions as mentioned above there are areas for further improvement. Together with Avaya DevConnect partners Avaya is anxious to further extend the usability and functionality of the IP Office system.

The following mobility solutions in particular add mobile devices currently not supported by Avaya for the IP Office so that users with one of these devices can participate from the rich IP Office mobility options.

Apple iPhone iEC5xx mobility user power user

As the iPhone from Apple is increasingly used for business use, Avaya has enabled an available DevConnect solution to extend IP Office mobility also to this popular device. The application for the iPhone is called ‘iEC5xx’ and acts like the Avaya one-X Mobile clients. The same configuration file that is been used to configure the Avaya clients enables the mobility functions at the iPhone.

The application is available at the Apple App Store.

For more information see http://elinfierno.de/apps/iec5xx/

Blackberry SoLo DTMF Client mobility user power user

One of the most used mobile business devices is the RIM Blackberry. To use a Blackberry with similar functions like the Avaya one-X Mobile application, the solution called “SoLo DTMF client” from SoSoftware enables selected Blackberry devices to use the IP Office mobility functions.

For more information and placing orders see http://www.sosoftware.com/solo-mobile-dtmf

These 3rd party solutions have the same requirements as the Avaya mobility options. Each user who wants to use one of the solutions requires at least one Power User or Mobile Worker license. In addition, at least a Preferred Edition might be required.

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Last Modified: 11/01/2010