Company Overview of NetMotion Wireless, Inc.
NetMotion Wireless, Inc. develops mobility management software to manage and secure wireless data deployments for enterprises and organizations with mission-critical connectivity requirements. The company offers a mobile virtual private network (VPN) software that provides mobile workers with secure remote access to network resources and information from virtually anywhere. It serves organizations across multiple industries, including utilities, healthcare, telecommunications, public safety, government, insurance, manufacturing, and others; and technology, communications and media, business services, energy and power, and retail sectors. The company was founded in 2001 and is headquartered i...
701 North 34th Street
Seattle, WA 98103
Founded in 2001
Key Executives for NetMotion Wireless, Inc.
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Director of Human Resources
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
NetMotion Wireless, Inc. Key Developments
NetMotion Wireless Appoints Takahiro Narita as Japan Country Manager
Jul 20 16
NetMotion Wireless announced the company's Japan expansion with the appointment of mobility solutions expert, Takahiro Narita, as Japan Country Manager. Mr. Narita, a Dell veteran, will be responsible for building the Japanese market for NetMotion's software solutions and developing and managing a partner network of top tier distributors and systems integrators. Mr. Narita was previously Dell's Solution Engineer Manager for Virtual Desktop and Thin Client Solutions for financial, enterprise, public and SMB businesses. Prior to Dell, he held various management roles with NTT East, Citrix Systems, Digital Guardian and Juniper.
Netmotion Wireless Announces Executive Changes
Jul 12 16
NetMotion Wireless announced that its president, Christopher Kenessey, has been appointed CEO, effective immediately. Kenessey succeeds John Ferron, who will remain an active member of NetMotion's board of directors. Ferron is an operating advisor and executive council member of Clearlake Capital Group, which acquired NetMotion through affiliates in September 2012. Kenessey has extensive experience leading and growing companies into industry leaders, and he has successfully brought multiple products to market through strong collaboration with the engineering, product management, sales and marketing divisions of leading organizations. Previously, Mr. Kenessey was instrumental in leading The Foundry to an exit for $313 million to HgCapital. He also joined Cisco via the acquisition of Tidal Software where he was vice president of Worldwide Sales and helped grow the organization from $4 million to $53 million.
NetMotion Mobility Dramatically Enhances Scalability and Global Reach for Enterprise Mobile Workforces
Jul 11 16
NetMotion Wireless, Inc. announced the release of Mobility 11, offering up to twice as fast data throughput performance and significantly enhanced server scalability to support thousands of authenticated users per server. This latest release also dramatically expands NetMotion's global reach by adding five additional languages to better meet the needs of workforces everywhere. In addition to English, Mobility client software is available in Japanese, French, Italian, German, and Spanish effectively extending NetMotion software to enterprises in over 130 countries with languages spoken by over 2.6 billion people. With Mobility 11, NetMotion also expands operating system coverage to include OS X, making the company's software available across all major mobile and desktop platforms. Enhanced Scalability: A Mobility 11 server is up to twice as fast and allows 10,000 authenticated users per-server, six times more than previous releases. In addition to improving server efficiency, the increases in throughput and capacity offer Mobility system administrators the following advantages: Lower operating costs by using off-the-shelf or virtualized server hardware, or private or public cloud infrastructure instead of costly, proprietary hardware appliances. Servers and pools support significantly greater peak traffic loads. Deployments can be simplified by reducing the number of servers while maintaining capacity or accelerated by adding servers. New support for Mac users: With the addition of Mac support, organizations have greater flexibility to support mobile workers using any major operating system platform.
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