Cisco Unified Communications announced that the company would provide a dual mode IP telephony solution, which utilizes the NTT DoCoMo ‘s N902iL FOMA/wireless LAN dual-mode mobile phone. It would the world’s first solution, which will extend the office IP telephony communications capabilities to a dual mode mobile handset by using the standard based, Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) interface. The solution will offer better connectivity between NTT DoCoMo’s FOMA3G network and a Cisco Unified Wireless Network in a business environment. The solution will allow business users to access single number, single office voice mailbox, Mobile Voice Access and other mobile application facilities. Employees would be able to place, receive, hold and forward calls from their desktop IP phone after connecting the Cisco Unified Wireless Network in the office. In addition, employees would be able to access office voicemail and interact with other office IP telephony features from their mobile phones. Cisco Unified Wireless Network and mobile phone, both of them support 54 Mbps Wi-Fi standard IEEE 802.11g along with IEEE 802.11e to ensure network performance and quality of service for voice traffic on the wireless LAN (WLAN). The N902iL dual mode mobile phone will operate on the NTT DoCoMo FOMA network and it will receive office calls by using Cisco’s mobile solutions for unified communications.