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Citrix, Bytemobile Form Strategic Partnership

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Citrix and Bytemobile have formed a strategic partnership that will combine Citrix NetScaler mobile computing solutions and flexible application delivery with Bytemobile’s traffic management and data optimization solutions, as well as its global footprint of MNO deployments. As part of the partnership, Bytemobile has been verified as being Citrix Ready.

The company’s technology has been deployed with over 130 operators in more than 60 countries, serving nearly 2 billion subscribers. Over 20 petabytes (PB) of data traffic flow through these operators’ networks daily, and Bytemobile’s technology is responsible for reducing total data traffic by more than one-third, says the company.

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