Dell Jumps Into VoIP With Microsoft, Nortel

Dell is maneuvering to snag its piece of the VoIP pie by selling unified communications products from Microsoft and Nortel Networks. In a partnership unveiled Tuesday as part of the launch festivities surrounding Microsoft's entrance into the unified communications market, Toronto-based Nortel said Dell will sell its Enterprise Solutions portfolio, including its VoIP, data and wireless networking products.

Dell will also be selling products developed jointly by Nortel and Microsoft via their Innovative Communications Alliance (ICA) unified communications partnership. A long-time Microsoft partner, Round Rock, Tex.-based Dell will also be selling the new Office Communications Server 2007 and other unified communications products launched by Microsoft this week in pre-tested configurations with its hardware.

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