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Motorola Validates Columbitech Mobile VPN

Columbitech mobile VPN achieves Motorola SymbolPLUS validation

NEW YORK -- Columbitech, Inc., a leading mobile VPN security software provider, today announced its mobile VPN solution successfully achieved SymbolPLUS validation through completing Motorola’s Solution Validation Program that includes joint testing at the Motorola Solution Center located in Holtsville, New York. Columbitech’s mobile VPN was granted the SymbolPLUS Validated™ Software logo through the Motorola Solutions Validation Program. This designation will help assure customers and partners of system interoperability between Motorola devices and Columbitech’s solution.

Columbitech mobile VPN is a software-based security solution that is optimized for Wi-Fi, 3G, WiMAX and EVDO networks. It provides secure and uninterrupted access to corporate data. AirBEAM Safe is a mobile VPN developed by Columbitech (branded as AirBEAM Safe by Motorola) and is used by retail, government and enterprise customers. AirBEAM Safe delivers mutual authentication and strong end-to-end encryption between the mobile device and the corporate network.

“Motorola’s validation of Columbitech’s Mobile VPN software demonstrates the strength and capabilities of our product to complete a rigorous testing program successfully,” said Lars Lavén, senior systems engineer at Columbitech. “Our customers and partners will view this as another example of our commitment to provide security across as many wireless devices in the industry, making it as easy and secure as possible for daily activities.”

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