Allot Communications Ltd., a provider of security and monetization solutions, announced its collaboration with Intel Security to introduce McAfee Unified Security Powered by Allot.
The joint Allot and Intel Security solution blends threat detection technologies in the network and at the endpoint with customer intelligence and comprehensive personalization capabilities to deliver a scalable platform that simplifies security service activation, service awareness, operation and management. Deployed by CSPs as a value-added security service to their customers, McAfee Unified Security Powered by Allot offers comprehensive protection for users at home, at work and on-the-go, and features a consumer-friendly interface and simple self-management capabilities.
Gemalto, a digital security provider, is enabling Aware360, an industrial IoT solution provider, to connect with virtually any sensor, device or machine to transform big data into smarter data.
Gemalto’s cloud-based SensorLogic Application Enablement Platform improves Aware360’s ability to quickly launch new services and solutions for both in-house and other devices already integrated into the platform. The solution translates the data into actionable real time intelligence usable by Aware360’s customers, in markets such as lone worker, public safety, track-and-trace and remote monitoring.
Voxbone has extended the coverage of VoxOUT, its ‘as-a-service’ emergency calling solution. VoxOUT allows enterprise cloud communications providers to reach 911 or 112 through Voxbone’s network, eliminating the need to maintain a local PSTN line at every single customer site.
Voxbone first began offering VoxOUT in 2013. Voxbone currently offers VoxOUT in 20 countries, and aims to increase that to 24 by the end of 2016.
InSite Wireless Group, LLC announced that Macquarie Infrastructure Partners III—as part of an initial investment of approximately $280 million—has acquired a 42.5 percent equity interest in the company from Catalyst Investors II, L.P. and other minority investors. InSite will continue to be led by its existing management team headed by co-founders David E. Weisman, President and CEO, and Lance C. Cawley, CFO. Cox Enterprises—and several of its subsidiaries—and Catalyst Investors IV, L.P. will continue to be investors in InSite.
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