[SIPForum-discussion] Unified Communication Server / Fixed MobileConvergence Server

Vivek Batra Vivek.Batra at matrixcomsec.com
Fri Jun 18 10:53:32 UTC 2010

Please find my comments inline in RED.


Best Regards,

Vivek Batra



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Subject: [SIPForum-discussion] Unified Communication Server / Fixed
MobileConvergence Server


Dear All, Good Afternoon every one in this forum.

I would like to inform you that I am not an xpert in voip, but trying to
understand with the help of you people thru forums. I have gone through the
features of SIPXecs, but could not find the answers that I am looking for.
Hence I am pleased to mention my questions as follows:

1. Can we use SIPXecs as a FMC Server and Unified communication server?

2. Does SIPXecs has VCC feature, Fixed-mobile-convergence features and
Unified Communication Server feature?

At present we are using Nokia E-series phones as a sip client, Is FMC Client
different than SIP Client that Nokia phones already have built in?

Yes, FMC client is different from normal native SIP application (eventually
FMC client is also build on SIP only) which you already have in your Nokia
phone. What I can say you about the difference is due to some proprietary
feature implementation in FMC client e.g., to support Single Number Reach,
Call Handoff, One Touch Transfer etc.  

3. Our requirements is to access IPPBX features on Mobile phones, such as
i.e. Blind Call Transfer between PSTN, SIP & GSM Networks, Blind Call
Conferencing between PSTN, SIP & GSM Networks on smart phones.

That you can do with any IPPBX with VoIP-PSTN gateway, you don't need FMC
for this. You can check Matrix SAPEX IPPBX at
<http://www.matrixcomsec.com/> www.matrixcomsec.com 

4. If a call comes from outside to my PBX number and I am abroad in wifi
range, will I receive the call free of cost on my mobile phone?

Yes you can. Mobility is the inherent feature of VoIP. You don't need FMC if
you always want to route the call on your mobile through Wi-Fi. However, if
your server is routing call intelligently either on Wi-Fi or GPRS or to your
mobile number depends on your current location, eventually you are using
basic functionalities of FMC.

For your information, I have contacted Nokia for FMC Client/server
Enterprise solution, but it is for commercial sale thru siemens not free of

No one would give you this free of cost.

Then what is the reason of using such a costly smart phones? I think they
should give free of cost to the enterprises in order to boost the sales of
smart phones such as being given by BlackBerry in USA. However, it is upto

Yes you are right, I also see this to happen after sometime, don't know
exactly when?

5. Does any one know open source FMC Client / Server solution for enterprise

There is no open source FMC server exists.


Your detailed and quick response in this regard would be very much
appreciated. Thanking you in advance. Regards,


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