Certicom, a leading provider of next-generation encryption technology, and Puma Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ: PUMA), a leading provider of mobile device management and synchronization software, today announced a licensing agreement whereby Puma will secure its free Internet-based synchronization service, Intellisync.com, with encryption technology designed by Certicom. Scheduled to be available in the first calendar quarter of 2000, Intellisync.com will allow anyone with Internet access to keep popular PC applications, mobile devices, and Web-based content and services synchronized from one central address on the Internet.
"Security is a key issue for consumers browsing the Internet and synchronizing critical data with their mobile device," said Brad Rowe, Puma Technology CEO and president. "Our goal is to provide the synchronization infrastructure for the Internet, and we are happy to extend our partnership with Certicom to add optimal security technology to both our Intellsync.com synchronization service as well as our Intellisync Anywhere family of products."
"Intellisync.com is an innovative new synchronization service designed to make the process of managing mobile data even easier for consumers," said Rick Dalmazzi, president and CEO of Certicom. "The addition of our trusted security technology makes Intellisync.com more attractive to users who want to be assured that their personal information is protected at all times."
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