Moto Uses Secgo Software

Motorola licenses mobile IP and IPSec VPN technology from Secgo Software

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

May 8, 2006

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TAMPERE, Finland -- Secgo Software and Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) have entered into an agreement whereby Motorola will license Secgo´s Mobile IP and IPSec VPN software technologies for Motorola’s mobility products development.

Secgo Mobile IP is an exceptional Internet mobility management solution, which makes moving in and between different networks seamless and transparent. The user maintains a constant high-quality connection that is seamless even when changing the link media for example, from WLAN to Ethernet to CDMA to 3G. Secgo Crypto IP is award winning IPSec VPN software for high end PKI-based remote access solutions.

“This agreement endorses our position as a forerunner in the emerging Mobile IP based mobility market place,” comments Matti Mujunen, CEO of Secgo Software. “It also emphasizes the fact that the Mobile IP software stack is a fundamental building block when designing and developing true mobility solutions for mission critical use.”

“Secgo Mobile IP and Crypto IP Toolkits are unique, because they offer all the standard protocol components and many additional features already field-tested within Secgo's own shrink-wrapped Secgo Mobile IP and Secgo Crypto IP products as well as in the newly launched Secgo SafeMove® Secure Mobility Solution,” continued Mujunen. “Our Mobile IP and Crypto IP Toolkits enable fast time to revenue for our OEM suppliers.”

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