FOSTER CITY, Calif. -- Funambol, the leading provider of white-label personal cloud solutions, today announced it has signed a global agreement with Telefónica Digital to deploy the Funambol personal cloud solution across Telefónica operating units in Europe and Latin America. The service is now live in Brazil.
The Funambol solution enables consumers to store, sync and share rich media such as pictures, video and music, documents, and files across smartphones, tablets, PCs/Macs and other connected devices. It will be branded for Telefónica's relevant business units and deployed in multiple countries.
Telefónica Digital selected Funambol based on the company’s ability to provide a branded solution that deploys in the cloud or on-premise and provides an outstanding user experience.
"As our customers generate and manage more files and data on mobile devices, we see significant demand for a smart consumer cloud storage solution. Telefónica Digital was established to help transform Telefónica into a 'digital telco' by bringing Telefónica’s 320 million customers the best selection of digital products and services. Funambol was chosen for its ability to provide a simple, scalable and powerful solution that helps our customers manage their digital lives across multiple devices,” said Tracy Isacke, Head of Global Business Development, Telefónica Digital.
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