Virginia-based mobile security firm Protected Mobility has formed a partnership with Fax over IP provider FaxCore (News - Alert) in order to use FaxCore’s global network of resellers and distributors.
Protected Mobility is a company specializing in security solutions which are highly reliable and scalable and designed to protect mobile communications. According to company officials, they are easy to use and allow for secure text messages from Android (News - Alert), BlackBerry and MacOS devices.
FaxCore, which specializes in Fax over IP, has developed applications that claim to process millions of faxes each month. They boast the ability to send both text messages and faxes securely and immediately.
"FaxCore is helping us quickly scale our partner network to meet the growing global demand for a secure texting solution that is easy-to-use and easy to integrate with a broad range of enterprise applications," said William J. Marlow, founder and CEO of Protected Mobility, said in a release.
Tom Linhard, President of FaxCore, added, "The addition of ProtectedSMS to the suite of messaging products offered by FaxCore is a natural fit. The FaxCore reseller channel, which is always looking to help their customers communicate in a safe, secure and easy manner, is very excited to include this product in their portfolio. The upcoming addition of the iPhone (News - Alert) platform to the ProtectedSMS line of mobile security products makes the offering even more comprehensive and compelling.”
In related news, FaxCore’s 2007 suite of Fax over IP Products received a 2010 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award from Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC (News - Alert)).
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Edited by Rich Steeves