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Varaha Video: The Evolving Mobility Space

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May 13, 2011

Varaha Video: The Evolving Mobility Space

By Susan J. Campbell, TMCnet Contributing Editor

Mobility is a vital part of everyday life, especially now that the necessary technology is in place to drive such initiatives. To get a deeper look into one business making waves in the mobility space, TMCnet recently spoke with Jogen Pathak (News - Alert), the founder of Varaha. 

This interview, captured in this video, focused on Varaha (News - Alert) and what it has to offer the market. Specifically, the company has been in business for eight years and provides mobile solutions for lifestyle changes. 

As a provider of voice, data and video mobile solutions, Varaha’s Pathak has seen the market evolve over the past five years. The company originally entered the market with data products for fire and police, and later entered into the voice space. Now, Varaha is announcing their video solution to complete Pathak’s original vision.

Varaha is certainly dedicated to providing a holistic approach to mobility. Pathak shared that the iPad, for example, is part of the mobile lifestyle, as well as the phone and the desktop. Users want access to all their apps, communications and data, yet they also want to be mobile. 

Convergence (News - Alert) of all of these platforms is taking place in devices and Varaha is providing the solution to put business processes and applications on this platform. The company has launched iPad applications, as well as data solutions, to address the needs within the industry. 

Varaha can boost productivity by connecting all business processes together and vertical markets can benefit from the company’s solutions. A couple of vertical markets in particular that are benefitting include healthcare and education. There is a lot of WiFi (News - Alert) in healthcare mobility and education is using alert capabilities for emergency communications. 

For example, a university with 50,000 students can use short messages that are sent out to mobile phones to communicate when an emergency situation arises. And, because 40,000-45,000 of these students will have access to WiFi, they can be reached within 30 seconds. For those who do not have WiFi, they can receive the same message via SMS. 

Varaha can also deliver productivity enhancements for companies, specifically saving the enterprise 6 percent by reducing minutes, international calls and roaming. Savings are also seen in power reductions of the WiFi network usage.

As for the evolution of the smartphone as it relates to mobility, it will become a must-have for all users over the next 3-5 years. 

Susan J. Campbell is a contributing editor for TMCnet and has also written for To read more of Susan’s articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Jennifer Russell

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