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Telecoms provider Motorola has launched a new piece of voice over wireless LAN (VoWLAN) technology.

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) or over broadband allow users to speak to each other online, but usually only at a desk.

Motorola Enterprise Mobility's new VoWLAN technology will provide the same service, but capable of being used on the move.

Imran Akbar, vice president and general manager of converged enterprise communications at the company, noted that the new technology is "designed from the ground up to provide the voice quality, interoperability, mobility, scalability, security and user experiences that enterprises want".

"[The] solution is architected as a non-intrusive overlay and can be easily deployed without changes to existing infrastructure."

Motorola's new technology will also offer a range of other services beyond just voice applications, such as mobile email and text messaging.

It can also be integrated into existing wireless LAN infrastructure, making it an attractive proposition for business broadband users.

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