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VoIP Cellular Convergence?

I'd like to learn some more about this product. It's just what I want to do.

PCTel's new product permits users to make and get calls using the same number on cellular and IP networks. InformationWeek > VoIP > New VoIP-Enabled Roaming Client


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Check out Bridgeport-Networks.

Companies you might want to check out are:

- Bridgeport Networks
- Birdstep

There is also Calypso Wireless out there, but they seem to be a bogus-company. I was in Cannes this week and talked to both Bridgeport and and Birdstep (Calypso was not there). They impressed me with their technical expertise and the capability of their products.

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