Formerly SVP of Sales & Strategic Alliances at Cellrox, Nadler will lead Cellrox’s growth stage and drive widespread adoption of Mobile Virtualization.
Orange and Cellrox announced today that they will co-exhibit a complete Mobile Virtualization solution at Mobile World Congress, the world’s largest mobile industry exhibition. The companies will provide live demonstrations of their end-to-end Mobile Virtualization service and Virtual Mobile Instance Marketplace. Attendees will be invited to experience Mobile Virtualization in action during the show. The expo will take place March 2-5 at the Fira Gran Via in Barcelona, and the companies will present at Hall 5, Booth# 5A61.
Cellrox, the pioneer in Mobile Virtualization, announced today that the company is offering a limited freemium edition of its Thinvisor technology at www.cellrox.com. The revamped website allows Google Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 owners to download the freemium edition and run two distinct Virtual Mobile Instances (VMIs) on their device. For the first time, anyone can experience Cellrox Mobile Virtualization and explore the company’s innovations in mobile security, privacy and customization.
Cellrox, Orange Silicon Valley, a subsidiary of global telecommunications company Orange, and Movius Interactive Corporation, announced today that the three companies will co-exhibit at Interop New York, the leading independent technology conference and expo designed to inspire, inform and connect the world's IT community. The companies will present a prototype mobile virtualization and identity solution, which creates the ultimate balance between security, personalization and privacy, for enterprise mobility. The expo will take place October 1-2 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York, and the companies will present at Booth #625.
Dr. Oren Laadan, CTO of multi-persona solutions provider Cellrox, will be presenting on "Multi-persona Android" at the Android Builders summit on Thursday, May 1st at 3:00pm. The presentation will help Android developers and Android product managers understand how to overcome the challenges of creating a truly secure multi-persona extension of Android.
״Cellrox's proven technology enables two or more independent virtual environments, or personas, to coexist and run in parallel with isolation among them to protect the data and apps contained in each"
Cellrox’s patented technology will offer users work-personal phone functionality, privacy and security
Barcelona, February 25, 2014 — Yota Devices, developer of high tech consumer LTE devices, and Cellrox, a leader in multi-persona solutions for mobile devices, announced today at Mobile World Congress a partnership agreement to provide Cellrox’s multi-persona technology on the dual-screen YotaPhone. With this technology, YotaPhone will provide functionality, privacy and security for both corporate and personal use.
Cellrox’s patented solution creates an impenetrable virtual wall between a phone’s personal applications and its corporate applications and data. This virtual wall allows users to share a single mobile device for both corporate and personal use without compromising security, performance or user experience.
“Cellrox’s multi-persona technology perfectly matches YotaPhone’s philosophy — that smartphones should provide us with easy and continuous access to information we need and want, whether we are at work, home or play,” said Vlad Martynov, CEO, Yota Devices. “Thanks to Cellrox’s technology, YotaPhone will be the one perfect device for both your work and personal lives.”
Cellrox’s solution will be leveraged to provide multi-persona profiles on YotaPhone’s dual-screen, always-on phone. This technology is being demonstrated on YotaPhones at Mobile World Congress at Yota Devices’ stand, 1D30.
“Cellrox and Yota Devices share many of the same business values and ideas about the role of technology in people’s lives. This partnership will demonstrate how one device can serve your private, corporate and other personas requirements while maintaining device-native behavior and performance,” said Omer Eiferman, CEO, Cellrox. Cellrox will present its solutions for smartphones and tablets at Mobile World Congress, hall 2, stand 2G50 (IMA Pavilion).
About Yota Devices: Yota Devices is a private company dedicated to developing and producing hi-tech consumer LTE devices, including smartphones, modems and routers. The company gained international prominence with the introduction of YotaPhone, the world’s first dual-screen, always-on smartphone, which was named the Best of CES 2013 by CNET. YotaPhone went on sale in five countries in December 2013 and will expand to 15 other CIS, European and Middle Eastern markets in Q1 2014. Yota Devices is also well known for producing fast and reliable portable LTE modems and routers. The company has sold nearly 4 million connectivity devices since its first products went on the market in 2009. The company’s headquarters are located in Moscow with offices in Finland, Germany and Singapore. For more information visit www.yotaphone.com.
About Cellrox: Cellrox is an Israel-based technology company that has developed software for multiple personas for Android mobile devices. Cellrox’s award-winning technology provides optimal solutions to address corporate IT needs in security, compliance and management, while providing personal privacy and freedom. The company was founded in 2011 by seasoned entrepreneurs and technology leaders and is backed by international investors. For additional information, please visit www.cellrox.com or follow Cellrox on Twitter @Cellrox.
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Cellrox, a leader in multi-persona solutions for mobile devices, today announced a partnership with Fixmo, a leader in mobile security and data protection solutions, to provide multi-persona services for iPhones and iPads brought into organizations through bring your own device (BYOD) arrangements. Cellrox will integrate the Fixmo SafeZone secure workspace solution into its Cellrox solution to enhance mobile security and privacy for enterprise IT departments and iOS users.
Cellrox, a leader in bring-your-own-device (BYOD) Multi-Persona solutions for mobile devices, announced today that it will attend Mobile World Congress 2013 to demonstrate how it is addressing the BYOD challenges in enterprises with multi-persona technology, including successful tier one pilots and Android Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) support.
Cellrox, a leader in BYOD Multi-Persona solutions for mobile devices, announced today the completion of Series A financing led by international venture capital firm Runa Capital. The $4.7 million round also includes commitments from existing investors: Previz Venture Partners, Columbia Technology Ventures, and others.
Cellrox, a leader in BYOD Multi-Persona solutions for mobile devices, announced today the launch of a new toolkit for Android Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) that allows original equipment manufacturers (OEM) and carriers to embed multi-persona capabilities in smartphones and tablets, paving the way for the first comprehensive solution for the enterprise markets’ dire demand for effective separation between private and business use of employees’ devices.
Movius Interactive Corporation, a global leader in value-added communication services, will demonstrate its cross carrier multiple identity solution, myIdentities, at CTIA Wireless 2012, May 8-10 in New Orleans. The solution will allow service providers to bill for separate voice, SMS and data usage on the same device regardless of the end user’s primary carrier in the wireless, wire line and/or cable/ MSO Markets.
Cellrox Ltd. announced today the signing of a worldwide exclusive agreement with Columbia University to license certain mobile technology developed at Columbia that will enable corporate IT departments to securely accommodate the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend. The growing popularity of using personal mobile devices to access corporate network data and applications, whether at work or home, creates severe security and management challenges for corporate IT departments.