Technology | February 22, 2012

Circadence Launches WAN Optimization Solutions for Mobile Devices

February 21, 2012 — Circadence, a provider of WAN and network optimization solutions for healthcare, announced a set of solutions for optimizing electronic content delivery to iOS, Android and Windows clients. Circadence MVO for Mobile provides the Enterprise with rapid, reliable and secure data delivery to all mobile devices including iPhones and iPads.

 “Mobile device use has grown exponentially and with that the demand for real-time access to data and information formerly reserved for laptops and desktops,” said Michael Moniz, CEO of Circadence. “Technologies, including those from Circadence, are guaranteeing secure and reliable data delivery to these devices, allowing government and commercial organizations to ease restrictions on personal device use in the workplace. As a result, optimization is no longer about better user experiences, but reliable delivery of mission-critical data to mobile devices so that employees can more effectively do their jobs.”

Companies depend on Circadence MVO WAN optimization solutions for rapid, reliable and secure transfer of data. With increased performance ranging from 100 to 4,000 percent across any network connection, patented Link Resilience eliminates downtime while data remains secure from end to end. Circadence MVO for Mobile extends the full benefits of the Circadence approach to a wide variety of mobile devices.

 Circadence MVO for Mobile provides organizations with:

  • Mobile device support for Windows, Linux, Android and Apple iOS. The solution includes an SDK for Android and Apple iOS devices so that companies and third-party independent software vendors can allow mobile applications to be Circadence-enabled.
  • Ensured security and compliance with no manipulation of encryption. Security is maintained from end to end – independent of the application being delivered, a key feature for organizations complying with strict industry regulations.
  • Connection reliability and throughput improvement with session maintenance whether connections are “live” or not. This is essential for wireless device users who experience micro-outages or user-induced connection loss, as the solution will maintain these sessions.

Industry analyst firms are citing Circadence in providing WAN optimization for mobile devices. According to a story on SearchEnterpriseWAN, a TechTarget property, the recent WAN optimization Magic Quadrant report from Gartner “praised Circadence for its improved Microsoft Windows mobile client and its small-footprint client for Android devices.”

As an example of one industry already realizing the benefits of Circadence’s technology, healthcare providers use Circadence WAN optimization solutions to enhance patient care with high-speed, secure and reliable transmission of data, ranging from individual electronic health records (EHR) to large data and image files used for diagnostics and treatment.

For more information: www.circadence.com

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