The CeBIT technology fair, the largest in the world, kicked off in Hannover, Germany, yesterday with a flood of new product announcements. One of the first came from Avaya, which demonstrated its one-X Mobile software, an application that turns the iPhone into a “personal remote control”” for business purposes.
During the CeBIT fair from March 4 to 9 in Hannover, Germany, a contest appears to be on for who can make the most serious claim to iPhone credentials. One of the first out of the block is Avaya, the enterprise communications application developer.
Avaya is demonstrating its one-X Mobile client software for the Apple iPhone and other mobile devices.
The one-X Mobile solution enables the iPhone and other mobile devices to be integrated into any company¬πs IP telecommunications network.
Avaya is the first company to offer business functionality on the iPhone via an easy-to-use, downloadable interface which converts mobile devices from Apple, RIM, Palm, Motorola, LG, Nokia, Samsung, Sanyo, Sony Ericsson and others into an active endpoint on the corporate network.
From the iPhone, users have iPhone-optimisd access to the Avaya one-X Mobile interface, making the iPhone a ‚personal remote control‚ for enterprise communications.
The benefits of transforming the iPhone into a business device are clear:
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