Comes pre-installed with BlackBerry Enterprise Server v5.0
CytexOne has released a new Stratus server appliance, which allows small to medium-sized businesses to add BlackBerry Enterprise Server, BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express and enhanced services to their mobile workforce.
The company claims new appliance to reduce hardware needs, lower energy costs and reduce downtime expenses. The new appliance is based on a monthly rental model that is scalable to meet changing demands.
According to CytexOne, the new appliance comes pre-installed with BlackBerry Enterprise Server v5.0 and offers enhanced functionality, including the ability to access specific desktop data files from a BlackBerry handset, even when specific desktop computer if powered off. It uses Secure Distributed Virtualisation platform and allows company-wide access to third-party BlackBerry applications.
The company said that the new server appliance provides licenses for small to large BlackBerry smartphone deployments and offers automated license collection, reporting and upgrading for customers.
In addition, it also provides business admins with encrypted remote administrative access to the BlackBerry Administration Service console and simplifies remote monitoring of hardware, OS and BlackBerry services, CytexOne said.
Dan Levine, CEO and co-founder of CytexOne, said: “The Stratus Appliance is based on our proprietary platform, which can offer highly scalable BlackBerry services without purchasing and configuring hardware, so buy-in as well as ongoing costs are a fraction of traditional systems.”