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Ericsson launches the third release of its MX-ONE(TM)- a unified platform for enterprise communications


November 16, 2006, Ericsson’s (NASDAQ:ERIC) new MX-ONE(TM) Version 3 optimizes business communications by introducing unique mobility features that increase efficiency and reduce total cost of ownership. MX-ONE seamlessly handles voice and data applications and combines mobile and fixed functionalities across private and public networks.

The solution enables enterprises to control and reduce total cost of ownership by delivering high accessibility and flexibility. It provides smooth and safe migration to a future-proof IP network at a pace appropriate to individual enterprises’ needs.

The latest version of the MX-ONE IP-PBX maximizes business communications with extended system capacity for up to 50,000 end-users, standardized management and web-based tools.

One key enhancement in this version is the introduction of support for the session initiation protocol (SIP) for IP telephony, in both terminals and trunking for networked systems. Along with deploying SIP, the integration towards Microsoft Live Communication Server, making it possible for MS Office users to look up and dial people directly from any MS Office document or application is another significant step towards unified communications. MX-ONE allows businesses to integrate messaging and multimedia services with business class voice communications and also enables wireless telephony over WiFi.

In addition, MX-ONE Version 3 enables the network to identify the origin of emergency calls made from IP phones. Security has also been enhanced on all areas of management accesses, and media encryption has been introduced.

The result of Ericsson’s recent acquisition of Netwise is that new business applications like contact and presence management along with other converged enterprise services are strengthened. And together with other Ericsson Enterprise products, such as WLAN base stations and applications, Ericsson can offer businesses a complete solution to meet their needs.

The Ericsson Corporate Telephony client for mobile smartphones P990 and M600 is a further enhancement of the MX-ONE Mobile Extension enabling integration of mobile users with corporate databases and support functions.

Gunilla Fransson, Vice President Product Management and Development, Enterprise, Ericsson, says: “With MX-ONE Ericsson is making integrated IP communications with mobility a reality for all enterprise users. Whatever their starting point, and whatever their future growth plans, enterprises choosing MX-ONE can be safe in the knowledge that their investment is protected as they evolve their networks to SIP-based IP communications.”

Enterprises can implement MX-ONE either as a completely new IP telephony solution, as a new modular hybrid solution, or as an smooth migration of existing MD110 installations of which there are 20 million installed lines around the world, only a small number of hardware boards need to be replaced together with a software upgrade.

Ericsson is shaping the future of Mobile and Broadband Internet communications through its continuous technology leadership. Providing innovative solutions in more than 140 countries, Ericsson is helping to create the most powerful communication companies in the world.


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