Embarq is introducing its Smart Connect service to more markets. The service, which allows calls to move between a business’ wireless and wireline networks without interruptions, is now available in Fayetteville, N.C.; Ft. Myers, Fla.; and Mansfield, Ohio. Those markets are in addition to service in Charlottesville, Va.; Las Vegas; and Orlando, Fla.
But it doesn’t stop with the wireless/wireline connection. With Smart Connect Plus, calls can automatically move between the Embarq wireless network and the on-premise Wi-Fi network, whichever is strongest, without manual transfer of the call. For businesses, that means reducing their costs of using the wireless network.
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KPN of The Netherlands has selected Lucent Technologies to supply an IMS platform that the vendor says will replace the operators public switched telephone network (PSTN). Lucent will also manage the deployment and integration of KPN's multi-vendor, all-IP next generation network based on an IMS service architecture.