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Munich, Germany, 2007/07/23 - fg microtec GmbH announced today that its VCC (Voice Call Continuity) client, fgVoIP, has been successfully signed for Nokia E-Series mobile phones following the Symbian signed testing criteria.
fg microtec, a leading provider of best-of-breed multimedia applications for 2.5G, 3G and WLAN devices, announced today that its VCC (Voice Call Continuity) client, fgVoIP, has been successfully signed for Nokia E-Series mobile phones following the Symbian Signed testing criteria.
This major achievement will enable enterprises, service providers and carriers to commercially deploy advanced VCC services on mobile devices while ensuring the level of quality expected by end users thanks to the Symbian Signed process.
The fgVoIP VCC client solution has been developed based on fg microtec's extensive know-how in VoIP technologies and embedded systems and in close cooperation with Nokia through the Nokia PRO Forum partner program.
fgVoIP VCC is a voice communication application capable of managing VoIP and cellular calls seamlessly for the end user over WLAN and Cellular access networks. Calls can be handed over between both network types transparently to the user and without service interruption. The application offers a wide range of call services and full integration with the phonebook contacts.
“Fixed Mobile Convergence solutions represent a key value proposition in today's communication market. Being successful requires providing a level of quality that satisfies our customers and partners. Validating our fgVoIP client through Symbian Signed represents a significant step forward in accomplishing this goal. The support we received from Nokia PRO Forum has turned out to be essential in this process”, indicated Robert Mirbaha, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of fg microtec.
About fg microtec GmbH
Founded in 2001, fg microtec (fgmicrotec.com) is a provider of embedded software, applications and QoS technology for the mobile communications’ industry. Solutions provided by fg microtec address real-time multimedia applications such as OMA Push to Talk over Cellular (PoC), Voice over IP over Wireless (VoIPoW) and Video Sharing. This technology relies on fg microtec’s IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) framework, which enables an easy, flexible and short time-to-market deployment of value-added services in mobile devices. The company is headquartered in Munich (Germany) and holds development and sales offices in Croatia, Japan, Taiwan and Korea.