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ChannelVission Announces MobileVission, a Mobile Platform

The company launched its latest cloud platform targeted for 3G/4G Wireless providers, handhelds and mobile consumer products.

ChannelVission, one of the premier cloud providers announced the launch of its latest cloud platform product -- MobileVission targeted for 3G/4G Wireless providers, handhelds and mobile consumer products.

“Our Cloud Platform has continuously evolved and gradually centered on enabling the enormous mobile 3G/4G opportunity for operators with the launch of MobileVission”, says ChannelVission’s CEO, Aman Sehgal. “The immediate opportunity lies in leveraging cloud platforms like MobileVission to develop mobile applications, particularly those that leverage enterprise data”.

“The MobileVission product line will bring unprecedented sophistication to the 3G/4G mobile applications in the Enterprise cloud segment,” said Dilip Tinnelvelly, SVP & GM of the Cloud Computing Business Unit (CCBU) at ChannelVission Inc. “With the economics of cloud services expanding to the SMB market, and more cellular connected devices for business customers, enterprise mobile cloud will experience a tremendous growth very soon.”

This approach is not without challenges, chief among which is intermittent network availability. A cloud-based wireless application stops working if you lose your connection. However new programming languages will enable data caching on the handset, allowing work to continue until the wireless signal is restored.

To mention just a few examples, business users will benefit from collaboration and data sharing while personal users will gain from remote access apps allowing them to monitor home security systems, PCs or DVRs, and from rich content media sharing. In the long term, the expansion of cellular connected devices beyond smart phones and laptops to MIDs, net books and smart books will further expand use of cloud services.”