CDG, Impact Business Solutions and NetOpt select Circadence solution
Dec 28, 2012 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
Computing Distribution Group, LTD, or CDG, Impact Business Solutions and NetOpt have selected Circadence, a provider of network optimization solutions for commercial, healthcare and government customers, to augment and improve customer mobile and cloud strategies.
Circadence MVO WAN optimization solution gives these companies the ability to provide a mobile workforce with the same user experience they've come to expect from their desktop. With increased network performance, users can improve application performance while reducing operational expense. Circadence patented Link Resilience also provides an improved user experience and eliminates downtime while data remains secure from 3G / 4G and WiFi connections for tablets, smartphones and laptops, the company said.
Computing Distribution Group, LTD specializes in software technologies and services to address enterprise application delivery and data management challenges. CDG works with ICT (information communications and technologies) service providers across the UK and EMEA. Impact Business Solutions is a distributer that takes a holistic approach by offering education, consulting and support in data networking, system security, storage and backup strategy for government and private organizations throughout the ASEAN region. NetOpt focuses on infrastructure optimization and mobility performance solutions for organizations across industries throughout Australia, New Zealand and Fiji.
"Circadence's growing acceptance across Europe, Asia and the Pacific Rim is due to widespread adoption of BYOD combined with organizations storing and accessing mission-critical information in the cloud," said Michael Moniz, CEO of Circadence. "Our WAN optimization technology is continually recognized as the mobile optimization solution that is both easy to deploy and priced right, making it the mobile go-to-solution."
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