Wyse Technology, the global leader in cloud client computing, will be present at Mobile World Congress 2012 (MWC2012) and demonstrate ground breaking new mobile cloud software in association with two technology companies, Google and Motorola. Mobile World Congress will be the European debut of the latest additions to the market-leading Wyse PocketCloud family for building your own shareable or private Personal Cloud, as well as an opportunity to preview how Wyse PocketCloud takes advantage of next generation connected devices powered by the new Android OS, Ice Cream Sandwich.
Wyse is using MWC2012 and its surrounding events including Showstoppers and Pepcom as a global stage for demonstrating to service providers, enterprises and end users the latest phase in its evolution of the hugely popular and powerful Wyse PocketCloud family of enterprise apps. With Wyse PocketCloud Remote Desktop already a top selling business app for both Apple iOS and Android devices, Wyse is adding to the portfolio two ground breaking new offerings – PocketCloud Web (beta) and PocketCloud Explore for iOS - allowing users to make their own personal cloud across devices and the Web to search, view, organize, and share documents, music, videos and images for the first time.
The expanded Wyse PocketCloud family offers service providers new ways to develop services and grow customer revenue. At MWC2012, Wyse will show how its mobility solutions can be used by service providers to differentiate their device offerings with Wyse PocketCloud preloaded on smartphones or tablets to provide access to cloud-based services like desktop as a service (DaaS), in addition to offering customers value-added make-my-own personal cloud features.
Visitors to MWC2012 will be able to experience the expanded Wyse PocketCloud family at two locations:
• On the Motorola booth (Hall 8 stand 8A51), Wyse will be demonstrating both Wyse PocketCloud Remote Desktop for accessing and running a remote personal desktop and Wyse PocketCloud Explore to search, view, organize, and share files on all of an end user’s computers and Wyse PocketCloud Web cloud storage from their Xyboard tablet and Razr phone
• On the Google booth (Hall 8 stand TBC) Wyse will be previewing new versions of Wyse PocketCloud that are optimized for Android Ice Cream Sandwich tablet devices and demonstrate NFC file transfer and multimedia streaming
Additionally, Wyse will be demonstrating Wyse PocketCloud at the technology showcases for the visiting media – Showstoppers on 26th February and Pepcom on 27th February – and at an exclusive evening event held by Wyse at the Picasso Museum on 28th February. To register for the Wyse event visit this registration page.