Companies to Showcase Enterprise Mobility Solution Featuring Multi-Persona BYOD and Multiple Mobile Identities
NEW YORK – October 1, 2014 – 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.
“Enterprises are struggling with the need to secure data and reduce risk while enabling productivity, protecting employees’ privacy and supporting personal choice,” said Dror Nadler, SVP of Sales & Strategic Alliances at Cellrox. “Our mobile virtualization solution finally allows enterprises to do all of these things. By creating multiple virtual phones on a single device, we’ve solved the conflict between security and privacy. With Movius and Orange, we’re showcasing a full mobility solution that can fit the needs of any enterprise. We’re excited to share it with the IT world at Interop.”
During Interop, Orange Silicon Valley, Cellrox and Movius will show how they are combining their technologies to provide a holistic enterprise mobility solution. The team will offer demonstrations and videos illustrating use cases. Experts from each company will be available to answer questions.
Cellrox’s mobile virtualization technology divides smartphones into multiple personas at the operating system level. By creating an impenetrable wall between the company’s data and personal applications, Cellrox allows users to switch between work and play with a single tap. Enterprises can protect corporate data with military-grade encryptions while maintaining each employee’s right to use personal applications. By creating two or more virtual instances on a single mobile device, Cellrox permits multiple use cases while balancing two conflicting agendas: corporate security and personal privacy.
Movius’s patented myIdentities solution complements Cellrox by allowing users to have two different phone lines on a single SIM, and removing any dependency on an underlying SIM, or need for wifi or cellular data channel. Movius can assign one business line to a corporate persona and a second line to a personal persona and these lines work on Cellular TDM or data or wifi. Each of these lines come fully enabled with associated messaging applications. Additionally, with split billing, employees can use their corporate persona with assurance that calls, texts and data use will not deplete their personal plan limits. Likewise, enterprises can offer voice, text and data plans on employee’s personal phones while ensuring that they will be used only for business purposes and in a secure manner. “With Movius’s multi-line myIdenties, while users get the most frictionless experience with complete control to manage different aspects of their lifestyles, the enterprise gets utmost flexibility to design a cost effective BYOD policy”, said Amit Modi, CTO at Movius.
Orange, a global provider of business services and telecommunications operator, has taken the lead in showcasing the prototype of this first-of-a-kind complete solutions stack with Cellrox and Movius’s mobility solution as a service to enterprises. Christophe Francois, Vice President, Group Devices Team at Orange, commented, “We recognize that security, user privacy, and usability can all align with a solution that reflects how we work and play. We’re excited to be able to demonstrate this proof of consent as we believe such an integrated solution addresses some key gaps found in current mobility solutions.”
To learn more about Cellrox, visit Cellrox.com.
Orange is one of the world’s leading telecommunications operators with sales of 41 billion euros in 2013 and has 161,000 employees worldwide at 30 June 2014, including 101,000 employees in France. Present in 30 countries, the Group has a total customer base of more than 236 million customers at 30 June 2014, including 179 million mobile customers and 16 million fixed broadband customers worldwide. Orange is also a leading provider of global IT and telecommunication services to multinational companies, under the brand Orange Business Services.
Orange is listed on the NYSE Euronext Paris (symbol ORA) and on the New York Stock Exchange (symbol ORAN).
Orange and any other Orange product or service names included in this material are trade marks of Orange Brand Services Limited.
Cellrox is a pioneer in mobile virtualization and multi-persona solutions. The company’s award-winning ThinVisor technology enables co-hosting of two or more individual, independent and secure virtual environments on a single mobile device. By creating an impenetrable wall between the different virtual instances, Cellrox enables proactive security and application transparency. With one phone, but two or more personas, users can switch between work and play with one tap. Cellrox was founded in 2011 by seasoned entrepreneurs and technology leaders. The company is privately held with headquarters located in Israel. For additional information, please visit www.cellrox.com or follow us on Twitter @Cellrox.
Movius Interactive Corporation is a recognized leader in messaging and call completion solutions for telecommunication providers around the world. Its applications for converged messaging, and mobile identities enable service providers in developed and emerging markets to increase ARPU and market share. By continually innovating new services, Movius delivers its mission of Personalizing Communications. For more information, visit www.moviuscorp.com.
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