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Citrix looking to sell declining ByteMobile

At its investor’s conference call, Citrix confirmed it has been in discussions with a variety of third parties regarding the sale of its mobile network traffic management arm, ByteMobile.

Mobile video volume on LTE already 5x greater than 3G

A report commissioned by analytics vendor Citrix has revealed the extent of LTE-based video streaming growth. The report focuses on the consumption of LTE-based services among global tier 1 operators; and concludes LTE is already generating five times greater data volume than 3G at operators that offer both.

Citrix appoints former CA Technologies exec to lead Northern Europe

Virtualisation incumbent Citrix has announced the appointment of former CA Technologies executive Jacqueline de Rojas as area vice president, Northern Europe. In her role she will help drive awareness of the company’s virtual and mobile offerings across the region.

Streaming audio 12% of US mobile data traffic

Streaming audio now accounts for 12 per cent of mobile data volume in North America, with internet radio particularly popular, according to a report issued by Citrix ByteMobile.

Citrix acquires Bytemobile

Cloud specialist Citrix has moved into the mobile arena with the acquisition of privately held Bytemobile. Byte provides data and video optimization for mobile network operators, giving Citrix a key strategic foothold in the core infrastructure of more than 130 mobile operators in 60 countries around the world.

Mobile Computing Nirvana: The Convergence of Mobile and Desktop Virtualization in One Device

Today’s increasingly mobile workforce is creating new challenges for enterprise IT organizations that support them: how to provide mobile workers with access to business-critical applications and sensitive corporate data, how to choose among emerging options for mobile computing and connectivity, and how to provision and support this diverse population of users and devices.

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