Cicero Networks has unveiled a new dual-mode VoIP client that will allow Nokia smartphones to use the best available connection between WiFi and traditional mobile networks. CiceroPhone is designed for Nokia S60 handsets, including the E60, E61, E70 and N80 models. The Irish software maker plans to officially ship this new product by the end of this month.
Cicero Networks CEO Ross Brennan said the inclusion of Nokia smartphones in the company’s portfolio bespeaks Cicero’s “commitment to bring mobile wireless VoIP technology and fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) solutions to the mainstream market.” Last year, the firm released the first dual-mode client for Windows Mobile 5.0 converged devices. The said application is currently being used by several telecommunication service providers as well as in pre-market tests in more than 30 operators.