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Circadence WAN and Network Optimization Client Available for Amazon Kindle Fire
Posted: Tue Dec 06, 2011 02:26:23 PM


Boulder, Colo. December 6, 2011 - Circadence, a leading provider of WAN and network optimization solutions for government, healthcare and commercial customers, announced the first WAN Optimization client for the Amazon Kindle platform.

As enterprise organizations come to grips with the most important business trends from 2011-- Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and Cloud,  these same organizations will face demand for reliable connectivity, fast access and user experience equal to or better than landlines from their employees in 2012. While mobile devices and the cloud have enabled more and better productivity for employers, these trends have also netted a new class of employee – consumers demanding exceptional customer service from IT.

For mobile workers and consumers using Amazon Kindle Fire as their tablet of choice, Circadence MVO client provides up to 10x increase in throughput when downloading content from the Amazon Cloud (AWS), marked improvement in downloading and accessing streaming video and fast, reliable access to content hosted on the Amazon S3 storage environment.

“The most recent release and rapid adoption of Amazon’s Kindle Fire, illustrates how necessary it is for companies to make sure applications, E-Content and mission critical data reaches devices without delay,” said Mike Moniz, CEO of Circadence. “By providing companies with a solution for reliability, Circadence makes it possible for companies to control both employee devices and cloud strategies.”

Companies use Circadence WAN optimization solution for rapid, reliable and secure transfer of data. With increased performance ranging from 100 to 4000 percent across any network connection, Circadence patented Link Resilience™ eliminates downtime while data remains secure from end to end. With a portfolio supporting the three major mobile operating systems (Android, Windows and Apple iOS) companies can now benefit from improved throughput wherever data is accessed.

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