|By PR Newswire||
|February 21, 2013 02:58 PM EST||
- Au programme : poste de travail mobile, sécurité et autres outils pour un véritable écosystème intelligent
SÉOUL, Corée du Sud, 21 février 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- INFRAWARE, entreprise innovante de services et logiciels mobiles visant à améliorer le travail et le loisir de tout un chacun, présentera ses dernières innovations mobiles pour un travail intelligent à l'occasion du Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2013. Parmi les innovations mises à l'honneur, on retrouvera POLARIS® Office, produit phare et largement reconnu de l'entreprise, ainsi que POLARIS® Business Products (www.polarismobile.com).
« La tendance du travail intelligent se développe rapidement car les utilisateurs perçoivent les avantages tangibles en termes de productivité, flexibilité et mode de vie que procurent des solutions appropriées », a commenté Min Cheol Kwak, PDG d'INFRAWARE. « L'intégration du travail intelligent en est encore à ses débuts. INFRAWARE s'attèle à tracer la voie dans ce domaine avec de nouvelles solutions, comme le poste de travail mobile et les outils de sécurité, dans le but de créer un écosystème intelligent plus complet. »
INFRAWARE présentera également les produits suivants à l'occasion du MWC 2013 :
POLARIS® Office : Solution mobile de gestion des documents vendue le plus rapidement au monde
Après avoir récemment franchi le cap des 300 millions d'unités vendues, POLARIS® Office est aujourd'hui la solution de gestion des documents pour appareils mobiles qui se vend le plus rapidement. Les utilisateurs peuvent consulter, modifier et créer des documents sur leurs appareils mobiles.
POLARIS® App Inspector : solution de sécurité essentielle aux prestataires de services
POLARIS® App Inspector procède à l'analyse des applications Android pour détecter des codes nuisibles comme des virus ou des programmes malveillants avant que l'application ne soit enregistrée sur un app store. La qualité de sa détection ainsi que ses performances d'exécution simples et rapides sont la garantie d'une meilleure solution de sécurité pour les prestataires de services.
POLARIS® App Player : lecteur Android pour plates-formes non-Android
POLARIS® App Player est une solution révolutionnaire permettant de faire tourner les applications et le contenu Android sur des plates-formes non-Android. Il fonctionne comme un lecteur, capable d'exécuter des applications Android sur des smartphones et smart TV équipés de la plate-forme Linux, Windows, Bada, ou Tizen, où les écosystèmes hôtes ne suffisent pas.
Plate-forme Internet HTML5 : prise en charge des dernières caractéristiques de HTML5 et de plusieurs API de dispositifs
La plate-forme Internet HTML5 d'INFRAWARE prend en charge les dernières caractéristiques de HTML5 et plusieurs API (WAC 2.0, W3C) incluses dans les appareils mobiles, les boîtiers-décodeurs TV, etc. L'expérience technique de l'entreprise comprend la première commercialisation mondiale de plates-formes d'applications Internet, à partir des caractéristiques WAC 2.0.
Pour découvrir ces incroyables produits INFRAWARE et bien d'autres encore lors du MWC 2013, rendez-vous sur le stand de l'entreprise, #7G90, Hall 7, Pavillon coréen, ouvert du 25 au 28 février. Pour tout complément d'information, visitez le site : www.facebook.com/InfrawareGlobal.
À propos d'INFRAWARE
Établie à Séoul en Corée du Sud, INFRAWARE (KOSDAQ : 041020) garantit la technologie dans l'environnement convergent moderne et développe de nouveaux produits pour appliquer de nouvelles technologies destinées à renforcer l'environnement Internet omniprésent dans le monde actuel. Le but de l'entreprise est la réalisation d'un monde entièrement connecté dans lequel chacun pourra avoir accès à Internet à n'importe quel moment, n'importe où, et ce, grâce à la recherche, au développement et à l'investissement continus dans ce qui se fait de mieux en matière de progrès numérique. Pour plus d'informations concernant INFRAWARE, veuillez consulter le site www.infraware.co.kr.
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