AudioCodes launches MobilityPLUS enterprise VoIP solution

By Ryan Ayers
Updated: March 08, 2011

A leader in Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony and Voice Network products, AudioCodes announced today the launch of their MobilityPLUS integrated enterprise solution that will allow for marked improvements in mobile enterprise productivity. Enabling businesses to leverage existing broadband data plans and WiFi networks in order to boost mobile capabilities, AudioCodes is aiming to create a seamless mobile productivity system.

Using existing corporate WiFi connections and broadband data networks, MobilityPLUS users will be afforded “anytime/anywhere” connectivity, resulting in increased productivity and ease of collaboration. This also allows for an extension of Microsoft Lync capabilities with features that enable true unified mobile communication and messaging.

MobilityPLUS comes equipped with the enterprise version of AudioCodes’ VMAS technology, which is compatible with Apple iOS, Android, and Symbian. This means that the platform is compatible with the majority of smartphones in use in business, allowing for cross-platform collaboration and increased mobile interaction.

MobilityPLUS will also allow businesses to reduce cost in both mobile voice minutes and in roaming charges by utilizing existing data networks and VoIP technologies. Designed with true Unified Communications in mind, this productivity suite allows for the best features of an office-bound productivity and collaboration suite in a mobile environment.
 

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