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Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Nokia Siemens Networks launches VoIP Named ‘Communication Key’

Nokia Siemens Networks is demonstrating its ‘Communication Key’ at the Nokia World event in Amsterdam, December 4-5 2007.

The Communication Key is a USB device with integrated SIM authentication which provides VoIP communications from any PC connected to the Internet.

As well as voice calls, it allows users to share videos, or send instant messages and other rich media communications as easily as making a mobile phone call.

The Communication Key can also help mobile operators differentiate and add value to their service in the face of increasing competition.

A subscriber’s identity, phone number and account information are linked to the device’s SIM card, allowing the operator to provide services tailored to the user via Nokia Siemens Networks’ core network solution.

Authentication and billing with the Communication Key is based on
the user’s SIM card, streamlining payment as part of the user’s mobile phone

SIM authentication allows Communication Key users to be reached by their normal mobile telephone number. This allows users to answer incoming calls on either their mobiles or PCs.

Calls made with the Communication Key are authenticated, connected and charges for with Nokia Siemens Networks’ core network architecture, based on IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) or mobile softswitching.

The Communication Key can be plugged into any Internet connected PC, allowing users to make VoIP calls whatever their location, independently of local mobile network coverage.

Nokia Siemens Networks’ Communication Key will be available in Q3 2008.

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