Mobile manufacturer RIM (Research In Motion) has updated its two new Blackberry handsets, BlackBerry Pearl and Storm devices with a Mobile Voice System (MVS). The company announced the latest BlackBerry MVS 5 that works with Cisco(R) Unified Communications Manager, allowing users to access features of their desktop telephony systems ( VoIP) via Wi-Fi.
The update allows a user to use a single phone number shared between their desk phone and BlackBerry smartphone to make and receive calls over a Wi-Fi connection.
Alan Panezic, RIM Vice President of Platform Product Management said, "BlackBerry Mobile Voice System 5 effectively provides a wireless extension of the corporate phone system to allow voice over Wi-Fi calling at work, public hotspots and home. It presents a great opportunity for companies to enhance the productivity of employees who are often away from their desks or working from home, such as workers in construction, hospitality, sales and professional services."
In addition, with the MVS update users will be allowed to create filters for incoming calls on their mobile phones. Other than Cisco, RIM is also looking to work with Telcos extending its MVS services to the corporate sector.
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