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A trio of companies is developing

products that will enable a converged architecture for WiFi and cellular communications. Avaya Inc., Motorola Inc. and Proxim Corp. have been working on technology that will allow seamless mobility across enterprise wireless networks and public cellular networks.

Among the first fruits of their labors are the Avaya W310 WLAN Gateway and W110 Access Points. The products support voice communication over Motorola's new CN620 phone, which can be used over both WiFi and GSM cellular networks.


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