Tag Archives: Smartphones
Stand No D50
Woking, Surrey: 18th April, 2012 - “This year, threats have multiplied,” says Ian Kilpatrick, chairman of security VAD Wick Hill Group, “and IT managers going to Infosecurity Europe want to know how they can manage this multiplicity of threats while fulfilling their legal and compliance commitments. They don’t want to employ any more staff and most of them have a static budget. This scenario gives the channel more opportunities and we’ll be showing a range of solutions resellers can offer customers to meet these needs.”
Abingdon, UK, 10 April 2012 – Kaspersky Lab, a leading developer of secure content and threat management solutions, announces that it has signed up to Samsung Apps. The Samsung apps store has started stocking Kaspersky Lab’s solutions for both smartphones and tablets – Kaspersky Mobile Security and Kaspersky Tablet Security. These security solutions can now be downloaded to Android-running Samsung devices all over the world. They are also available online in nine different languages: Danish, English, Finnish, French, German, Korean, Norwegian, Spanish, and Swedish.
London, 21 March 2012 – United Planet (www.unitedplanet.com), one of the leading developers of enterprise portal software in Europe, has confirmed its commitment to the wireless enterprise today with the affirmation that enterprise portals and web-based applications are the best way to promote efficiency through mobility.
Lookout Study Identifies Top U.S. Cities for Phone Loss: Philadelphia, Seattle and Oakland
San Francisco – March 22, 2012 – Lookout, the global leader in mobile security, today released findings from the first-ever phone loss study, which revealed that lost phones, if unrecovered, could cost U.S. consumers more than $30 billion this year. As part of the study, Lookout Labs today released the Mobile Lost & Found, an interactive website for people to discover the places where phones are most often lost, the likelihood of losing a phone by region, and the financial impact of lost phones.
- Half of Tellabs mobile backhaul customers planning evolution to LTE and LTE-Advanced
- Renewed portfolio offers a simple evolution path to LTE and LTE-Advanced, without a forklift upgrade
- Solution lowers the cost per bit by up to 80% in Ethernet deployments
- Up to 10 Gigabits-per-second (Gbps) mobile backhaul speeds to cell sites
- Includes multiple built-in synchronization and syntonization schemes for LTE
Naperville, Illinois - February 23, 2012 – LTE and LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) networks will deliver gigabit-per-second speeds to mobile devices, generating huge volumes of high-bandwidth traffic. That traffic volume puts mobile backhaul networks under extreme cost pressure, forcing operators to make smart, cost-effective choices for the future.
That’s why Tellabs has entirely renewed Tellabs Mobile Backhaul Solutions – to simplify the migration to LTE and LTE-Advanced. About half of the 160 customers who use Tellabs Mobile Backhaul Solutions plan to migrate to LTE and LTE-A over the next few years.
Certification will allow large-scale UK Government deployment of encrypted voice calls on BlackBerry® smartphones
London, UK – January 26th, 2012: Cellcrypt (www.cellcrypt.com), a leading provider of encrypted voice calling on mobile phones, today announced that Cellcrypt Mobile Baseline™ for BlackBerry® is in CESG CAPS evaluation.
CAPS (CESG Assisted Products Service) is a UK Government Cryptographic Evaluation Service run by CESG, the UK’s National Technical Authority for Information Assurance. Achieving CAPS certification will allow UK Government departments to use Cellcrypt Mobile Baseline™ to meet their Baseline (IL3, RESTRICTED) security needs.