BBH Solutions Showcases BlackBerry Mobile Voice System in New York City
Leading NYC based integration firm BBH Solutions and BlackBerry hosted an event on June 23
to introduce BlackBerry MVS 5.0 to New York area businesses. The agenda included a
presentation on the business and IT benefits of MVS 5.0 and a demonstration of the solution
working in a live Cisco Unified Communications environment.
(PRWEB) June 25, 2010 -- BBH Solutions, Inc., a leading New York City provider of converged network
solutions and IT maintenance services, held a special event on June 23rd to introduce BlackBerry Mobile Voice
System 5.0 (BlackBerry® MVS) to New York area businesses. BlackBerry® MVS is designed to unify fixed and
mobile voice communications to enable business users to use their regular desk phone number and extension from
their BlackBerry® smartphone. Users benefit from one business phone number, one caller ID, one voice mailbox,
and office phone features on their BlackBerry smartphones.
The event, hosted by BBH Solutions and BlackBerry at SD26 restaurant in Manhattan, featured an informative
presentation on the business benefits, architecture, security features, and policy controls of BlackBerry® MVS
5.0. The presentation was followed by a demonstration of the MVS 5.0 solution working in a live environment
via a Cisco SRST Gateway connected back to BBH Solutions’ own Cisco Unified Communications Manager.
“BBH Solutions has enjoyed a great relationship with BlackBerry since 1999, when having the ability to send
and receive email on a pager-sized device was a new concept,” said Bruce Hoernecke, President and CEO of
BBH Solutions. “Now, with MVS 5.0, BlackBerry users can have secure access to office voice communication
features from their smartphones, anytime and anywhere.”
BlackBerry® MVS 5.0, which is optimized for Cisco Unified Communications Manager 6.1 and later, leverages
Voice over Wi-Fi® technology to save on mobility costs and improve productivity. Features include the ability to
ring up to four devic