Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Native SIP in an iPAQ, iPAQ 51X

VoIP IP Telephony @ snapvoip.blogspot.com

The HP iPAQ 500 series Voice Messenger features voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) capabilities, "push" email and the latest Windows® Mobile 6 operating system. The phone includes Wi-Fi, GSM/EDGE, and Bluetooth connectivity options.It's small, measuring just 4.7 by 2.8 x .7 inches and 5.8 ounces. The phone is topped by a 176 by 220 screen, which is lower resolution than the 320 by 240 screens on many other smart devices. It features six hours of continuous talk time on a fully charged battery, HP said.
The HP iPAQ Voice Messenger also leads the competition in battery life. As the first in HP's new smartphone lineup, the HP iPAQ 500 series helps highly mobile professionals stay connected wherever they are.

Another feature is that more than 20 voice commands available on the iPAQ let customers have hands-free operation. Using a powerful "voice reply" feature, people can reply to email by dictating and sending a voice response, without the need for any typing. Users also can listen to email and text messages, navigate through phone and calendar tasks and speak to start applications.

Additionally, the HP iPAQ Voice Messenger has built-in Wi-Fi to provide business customers a VoIP alternative to traditional office phone setups. By integrating the HP iPAQ Voice Messenger with office phone systems, businesses can eliminate the need for desk phones and benefit from streamlined communications and reduced IT management.

The VoIP is not a third-party client like Skype for Windows Mobile, but a SIP-based VOIP solution built right into Windows Mobile 6. It will work with any SIP-based corporate IP PBX or public service, HP announced.

HP news release


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