“By combining the HP iPAQ 514 Voice Messenger with BT’s superb network infrastructure, BT business customers will receive the most comprehensive end-to-end solution in one device,” said Neil Dagger, senior category manager, handhelds, HP Personal Systems Group, UK&I. “Delivering and supporting Fixed Mobile Convergence solutions is an integral part of HP’s mobility strategy that will deliver results for carriers and enterprises.”
”Our business customers are embracing BT Business Fusion as a realistic way to manage their communications costs and improve productivity,” said Jerry Thompson, BT’s Director of Applications and Devices. “By offering our customers the extremely versatile HP IPAQ 514 Voice Messenger we believe we will increase our customers’ productivity through high speed access to broadband for email and Windows Mobile business applications as well as reducing the overall costs through very attractive call rates.”
The HP iPAQ 514 offers business professionals a powerful, easy-to-use smartphone that combines the features of a mobile phone, the capability of a handheld organizer, constant contact of a push e-mail device, and the power of high speed internet access. The HP iPAQ 514 also incorporates the convenience of voice commands to deliver a new mobile email experience for business users.
BT plans to strengthen and further build its presence in the fixed-mobile convergence space with the BT Business Fusion service. The HP iPAQ 514 Voice Messenger will be launched by BT in the UK in mid 2007.
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