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Red Bend bringing virtualization to mobile devices

April 14, 2011 No Comments

Quite a while ago, I spoke with the executives of VirtualLogix about the use of virtualization technology to better support mobile or handheld devices such as smartphones. In September 2010, VirtualLogix was acquired by Red Bend, the supplier of a portfolio of device and software management products for mobile environments. Recently, I had the opportunity to speak with Red Bend’s Executive Vice President of Marketing, Lori Sylvia. She wanted to bring me up to date on what the company is doing and also to trumpet the fact that at this point over 1 billion devices are being supported by the company’s software.

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