Agito Networks, Inc., the company delivering new technology in enterprise mobility, today announced it will unveil and demonstrate publicly for the first time the next-generation version of its RoamAnywhere Mobility Router at Mobile Business Expo (MBX) 2008 in its booth No. 810. The event takes place at the Javits Convention Center in New York, and runs from Sept. 16 – 19.
Agito’s award-winning RoamAnywhere Mobility Router is the industry’s most powerful enterprise fixed mobile convergence (eFMC) product, purpose built for enterprises to help them increase mobile worker productivity while reducing cellular costs. Industry firsts in Agito’s new enterprise mobility release on display at Interop NY/MBX next week include Secure Remote Voice for secure voice over WLAN (VoWLAN), Dual Persona for converged enterprise and personal functionality on a single device, advances in Dynamic Least Cost Routing for further cellular cost savings, and the broadest PBX and Nokia/Windows Mobile handset support available.
Agito Networks uniquely fuses Wi-Fi, cellular, IP telephony, and location information, improving the accessibility and responsiveness of mobile workers, while drastically reducing mobile costs. RoamAnywhere uses the industry’s most complete set of proactive, location- and policy-based metrics, in addition to simplistic reactive metrics, to deliver fast and automatic, sub-100ms handover of mobile voice between WLAN and cellular networks. Other solutions rely solely on reactive, “call-in-distress” metrics, such as diminishing signal strength and degrading voice quality, waiting for the call to degrade before attempting a handover. RoamAnywhere adds proactive metrics, including location- and policy-based metrics, such as handset battery levels and network costs, into its handover decisions, delivering the best mobile voice experience for users.
“Over the past year we have seen dramatic developments in the enterprise mobility and fixed mobile convergence (FMC) marketplace, and a rising adoption from enterprises,” said General Manager of Mobile Business Expo Steve Wylie. “Mobile convergence is a central theme of the expo this year, and we’re pleased Agito selected our event to unveil the next-generation release of RoamAnywhere, publicly debuting the product’s enhancements for conference attendees.”
During the event, wireless expert and Agito Networks VP of Marketing Pejman Roshan will present on the event’s “Convergence – Or Not” panel on Thurs., Sept. 18, at 10:15 am EDT. The session will explore the advantages of various FMC approaches, and the best options available for enterprise IT and telecom managers’ specific environments and requirements.
Also, Sandeep Rangarajan, senior product line manager at Agito Networks, will present “Is Fixed Mobile Convergence Ready for the Enterprise?” in the Market Leaders Track on Weds., Sept. 17, at 4 pm EDT in the exhibition hall theater. Attendees will learn about enterprise-ready technology that provides mobile workers with productivity gains by mobilizing voice and data applications, while enabling IT to retain control over costs, mobile service, and mobile users.
Mr. Roshan has more than 17 years of wireless expertise and an extensive track record. Prior to co-founding Agito Networks, Mr. Roshan was Product Line Manager in the Cisco Systems Wireless Networking Business Unit (WNBU), responsible for software, security, voice and WLAN management products. Roshan joined Cisco’s WNBU just after its acquisition of Aironet in 2000, helping drive Cisco’s wireless market leadership position. Before that, Mr. Roshan spent eight years as a network engineer and architect, designing and deploying large-scale networks for companies such as Cisco Systems and Automatic Data Processing (ADP). Mr. Roshan’s accomplishments include participation in the IEEE 802.11 task groups responsible for security (802.11i) and QoS (802.11e); co-authoring the book 802.11 Wireless LAN Fundamentals, published by the Cisco Press in 2004; as well as publishing numerous wireless security and wireless voice white papers. He earned a B.S. degree in Business Administration from Cal Poly University.
Mr. Rangarajan has more than 12 years of experience in the networking industry. Previously, he held senior Engineering and Product Management positions at Neoteris (acquired by Juniper), largely responsible for the client-server proxy, VPN engineering and product management efforts for its SSL VPN product line. Prior to joining Neoteris, Mr. Rangarajan was a senior systems engineering and field specialist at Alteon WebSystems (acquired by Nortel Networks), responsible for leading the western region pre-sales technical designs and implementations. Prior to that, Mr. Rangarajan was part of the core development team within the Cisco IOS/ENA Technologies Division. He holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science Engineering from The Ohio State University and is currently pursuing his MBA at Santa Clara University.
About Mobile Business Expo
Mobile Business Expo integrates the business strategies, technologies, tools and corporate issues necessary to build an end-to-end mobile strategy and manage a mobile workforce. Mobile Business Expo is targeted toward IT professionals, business managers and channel professionals who are focused on leveraging wireless technologies and looking to integrate the disciplines, technologies and vendors involved in the enterprise mobility equation. Mobile Business Expo will take place at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York, Sept. 16 – 19.
About Agito Networks
Agito Networks is the award-winning technology leader in enterprise mobility. Its product, the RoamAnywhere Mobility Router, is an innovative enterprise fixed mobile convergence (eFMC) platform enabling enterprises to extend voice and Unified Communications to cell phones. RoamAnywhere is the first and only network appliance that fuses enterprise wireless LANs, carrier cellular networks, IP telephony and location technology to mobilize voice and data applications, while remaining agnostic to customers’ choices of carrier and equipment vendors. Agito enables low-cost in-building voice coverage, reduced cellular costs, improved enterprise visibility and control over cellular usage, and better accessibility and responsiveness for mobile workers. A Red Herring 100 winner, Agito was named a Coolest Emerging Technology Vendor for 2008 by CRN. RoamAnywhere has received numerous industry awards, including earning CTIA Emerging Technology and eWEEK Excellence awards, and receiving Product of the Year honors from Unified Communications and Internet Telephony magazines. CTO Timothy Olson was also named one of the Best CTOs of 2008 by InfoWorld. Founded in 2006 and headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif., the company is venture backed by Battery Ventures, Castile Ventures and ITX International.
Agito Networks and RoamAnywhere are trademarks of Agito Networks, Inc.