XcelleNet's Afaria mobile infrastructure technology combines with Intel's LANDesk Management Suite to create the LANDesk Mobile Manager

August 19, 2002

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ATLANTA -- XcelleNet, Inc., a leading provider of Mobile Infrastructure solutions and expertise, today announced that Intel Corporation and XcelleNet, Inc. have collaborated to create an enterprise wide mobile management solution which will extend the reach of the award winning Intel(R)LANDesk(R) Management Suite of products to mobile PC and PDA devices. Launched today, the Intel(R)LANDesk(R) Mobile Manager, combines the mobile infrastructure technology of XcelleNet's award winning Afaria(TM) product with Intel's desktop management solution. The Intel LANDesk Mobile Manager will enable IT managers to quickly and cost effectively incorporate critical device management and data synchronization features into their enterprise infrastructure support network for mobile PCs, handheld PDAs and other mobile wireless devices."We needed a state-of-the-art and reliable mobile infrastructure technology to act as the backbone of our first mobile device management offering," said Robert Naegle, director of marketing development, Intel Software Products and Services Division. "XcelleNet brought a combination of solid industry experience and strong infrastructure technology to the table. XcelleNet's Afaria enables the Intel LANDesk Suite to extend its reach to mobile devices."XcelleNet's infrastructure technology enables the Intel LANDesk Mobile Manager to extend mobile device support to a variety of operating environments, including Windows 32bit laptops, Windows CE / Pocket PC, and Palm devices, and to provide advanced mobile optimization capabilities such as bandwidth throttling, checkpoint restart, byte-level, segmented delivery and opportunistic execution. The collaboration with Intel enables XcelleNet to reach thousands of LANDesk customers and prospects with its mobile infrastructure technology through Intel's well-established channels of distribution.XcelleNet Inc. Intel Corp.

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