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Accellion and PacketZoom form a development partnership
Enterprise Content Management,Cloud Content Management,Cloud Collaboration
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Accellion and PacketZoom form a development partnership

Christian Hargrave Christian Hargrave in Enterprise Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Slower enterprise content and collaboration speeds causes Accellion and PacketZoom to form a development partnership.

As enterprise content continues to increase in size, spurred in part by the emergence of richer content types including high resolution images and video, a growing mobile workforce will place demands on file sharing applications to deliver content quickly. Documents, spreadsheets, presentations, images, videos and other file formats can range from several megabytes to gigabytes in size, and employee efficiency when collaborating on information with partners or clients will require faster network performance - particularly when using a smartphone or tablet.

That's why Accellion, Inc., a provider of hybrid and private cloud secure content collaboration, and PacketZoom, a mobile application acceleration company, have partnered up their development capabilities. Under the terms of the agreement, the companies will work together to optimize performance models when sharing and editing large files, further enhancing the performance of Accellion’s kiteworks mobile application.

Accellion and PacketZoom are currently testing PacketZoom’s Mobile Expresslane solution, integrated with the kiteworks mobile application. Accellion anticipates being able to double download speeds using the kiteworks mobile application once a version incorporating PacketZoom is available, which is expected in an upcoming release.

“By reducing round trips over high latency and error prone mobile/Wi-Fi connections, Accellion sees in PacketZoom’s technology the means to transmit data and content from the origin server much faster and much more reliably than with legacy network based stacks,” commented Cliff White, CTO of Accellion. “PacketZoom’s network analytics should also provide great value to kiteworks and our customers by giving insights into how end users are interacting with content.”

“Organizations are generating more content than ever, and the demand to share and collaborate efficiently on that content with external partners is increasing as well,” commented Jonathan Yaron, Chairman and CEO of Accellion. “By accelerating download speeds at the last mile, PacketZoom and Accellion are developing an innovative solution that addresses the challenges of delivering larger files, such as medical images for collaborative healthcare, or big data sets for financial analysis. PacketZoom’s vision - and the talented team they have assembled to execute on this vision - is just the kind of development partnership Accellion looks for to enhance our products and serve our customers’ needs. Together, I anticipate we will be able to significantly improve how enterprise employees share richer content and collaborate more effectively."

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