Hypori’s ACE platform runs on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, which delivers the flexibility, stability and military-grade security that the company’s public sector and enterprise customers demand.
“BYOD today is about more than just email and calendaring. Users now expect full access to enterprise apps and data, similar to what they have on the desktop, but without diluting the full context and capabilities of their mobile device,” said Justin Marston, co-founder and CEO of Hypori. “As the leading Linux platform in the enterprise, Red Hat Enterprise Linux allows us to tailor our back-end infrastructure for security and stability, while supporting a broad range of user devices and platforms.”
Red Hat Enterprise Linux can run demanding workloads whether an organization is rolling out new applications, virtualizing environments or deploying an open hybrid cloud environment. The operating system is aligned with Hypori’s stringent military-grade security requirements, designed to prevent intrusions and protect customers’ data.
Hypori’s ACE platform, co-developed with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), shields enterprises from the risks of BYOD by separating the physical mobile device from applications and data of concern. The platform is a mobile-first thin client solution that provides remote access to virtual mobile devices running in a private, public or hybrid cloud that can be accessed from iPads, iPhones and Android end-point devices.
Hypori is exhibiting at Red Hat Summit, June 23-26, 2015 in booth #210. Justin Marston, CEO and co-founder of Hypori, will also participate on the panel, Transforming Government IT: Stories & Lessons from the U.S. Public Sector, on Thursday, June 25th at 4:50 p.m. Organizations interested in a demo or learning more about Hypori can visit booth #210 or go to: 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.
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