By Telecom Lead Team: Japanese mobile operator Softbank
Mobile has entered into a partnership with Wyse Technology to provide remote
desktop access and multi-device content management to its customers.
Under the partnership, Softbank Mobile will feature Wyse mobile
technology in new services as the two companies collaborate on advanced remote
desktop access and content management for Softbank mobile customers.
” Softbank mobile employees have been using Wyse
PocketCloud for over a year and we want to bring the increased productivity
they enjoy to our customers as part of a Softbank driven Information
Revolution,” said Ken Miyauchi, director and COO of Softbank Mobile.
The partnership will result in consumer and enterprise
services based on the Wyse PocketCloud Remote Desktop and Wyse
PocketCloud Explore products.
Wyse mobile technology allows users to create a personal
cloud to access data and applications on their personal and work desktops from
their smartphones and tablets.
The company said that Wyse PocketCloud Remote Desktop and
Wyse PocketCloud Explore are some of the most popular apps in the productivity
“As one of the most progressive wireless operators,
we are excited to be working closely with Softbank mobile to create a
range of valuable, productivity enhancing apps and services for people across
Japan,” said Tarkan Maner, president and CEO at Wyse Technology.
Wyse PocketCloud allows users to securely access and run their desktop or laptop
on-the-go. It includes accessing media and working in applications such as
Microsoft Office and Apple iWork.
Wyse PocketCloud Explore is a comprehensive mobile app
for searching, viewing, and organizing files across multiple computers, providing
a centralized place to find everything, including files on mobile devices.
A few months back, SoftBank Group announced that its BB Softservice is preloading SugarSync on New
Panasonic Lumix and Sharp Aquos Android Camera Phones to enable the automatic
sync of mobile photos from phones to computers.