The Hypori solution, called Android Cloud Environment (ACE), now supports the broadest set of Android applications without impacting performance or the mobile experience while enhancing security.
“A large majority of applications today are developed to take advantage of a single CPU instruction set,” said Justin Marston, CEO of Hypori. “They either can’t run on multiple architectures or lose significant performance. Hypori ACE uses Intel technology to support the vast majority of Android apps and deliver the performance users expect.”
Hypori’s VMI platform, co-developed with the U.S. Department of Defense, shields enterprises from the risks of BYOD by separating physical devices from applications and data of concern. The solution gives users remote access to a virtual mobile device running in the cloud from iPhones, iPads and Android devices -- ensuring greater security and compliance for organizations while providing a rich, responsive experience for end users.
With support for multiple platforms and seamless integration with off-the-shelf mobile apps and EMM technologies, Hypori’s highly scalable thin-client Android-based infrastructure helps both commercial and public sector organizations bridge the gap between mobile productivity and mobile security.
Organizations interested in a demo or learning more about Hypori can visit: http://hypori.com.
Hypori provides virtual mobile infrastructure (VMI) solutions to shield enterprises from the risks of BYOD. Trusted by defense organizations and Fortune 1000 companies around the world, Hypori safeguards enterprise data without impacting the user experience. Founded in 2011, Hypori is headquartered in Austin, Texas and backed by Green Visor Capital as well as numerous private equity investors. For more information, visit http://hypori.com.