Tuesday, September 26, 2006


Hipi-2200: Windows Mobible 5.0 dual mode SIP and GSM

The hipi-2200 is the world’s first SIP-based Windows Mobile 5.0 dual-mode handset:

The hipi-2200 allows transparent transitions from WiFi networks to GSM and between WiFi Access Points. A great solution for companies as employees can make free internal VoIP calls to colleagues when they have WiFi coverage and use GSM otherwise.

The device has all the usual Windows Mobile 5.0 features as well as:

  • 2.0 mega pixel camera

  • Support for quad-band GSM (850/900/1800/1900) and Class-10 GPRS;

  • Support for 802.11g WLAN and comprehensive SIP-based VoIP functionality over WLAN;

  • Greater than 4 hour talk time, 3-4 hours for VoIP call and 6-7 hours for GSM;

  • Up to 100 hour standby time with both GSM and WLAN radios active;

  • Seamless WLAN AP-to-AP roaming in both active talking mode and idle mode;

  • Seamless handover between GSM and VoIP;

  • Always-on WLAN and support for seamless handover between WLAN and GPRS for data applications such as email and internet browsing;

  • Comprehensive security support such as VPN, VoIP over VPN, 802.1x, WPA and WEP; For example the hipi-2200 supports logging on to a corporate internal IP-PBX from a hotspot or home over VPN, essentially allowing users to take their company phone with them on the road with the same call features and number; 

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