IceWEB Consummates Sale to BlueZebra of Bangkok
Company Enters Asia Pacific BYOD Private Cloud Market
STERLING, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- IceWEB, Inc.™ (OTCBB:IWEB), an award-winning Unified Data Storage appliance provider for cloud and virtual environments that features a highly secure, scalable IceBOX™ Private Digital Cloud (BYOD) solution, today announced that it has sold its IceBOX system to BlueZebra of Bangkok, Thailand. IceWEB will provide its IceBOX Unified Storage Appliance with its proprietary, patent applied for IceSTORM™ operating system and IceCACHE acceleration to meet the stringent security requirements of BlueZebra, a world-class network security service and support provider in Bangkok, Thailand.
"This sale of IceWEB equipment running our IceBOX™ Private Cloud BYOD solution is our initial entry into the Asia-Pacific marketplace. This sale is significant in that it meets the extremely stringent requirements of BlueZebra, a leader in network security. This is a highly-technical Private Cloud BYOD sale, supporting up to 246 drives, and we were able to work out the international payment process, the technical support model and the international shipping requirements. This sale demonstrates that our Private Cloud BYOD solutions meet the high security standards required for BYOD globally," said Rob Howe, CEO of IceWEB.
The IceBOX BYOD solution provides highly secure access to files stored in enterprise cloud infrastructures from both mobile devices and browser interfaces such as Firefox®, Internet Explorer® or Safari®. With this anytime, anywhere access from smartphones, tablets, desktops and web browsers, users can easily and securely store, share and collaborate on corporate documents.
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