SingleClick Systems Remote Access Bridges the Gap Between the Home Network and the Mobile Phone
Remote Access Software Now Supports Streaming of Documents, Music and Video to Over 7,000 Mobile Devices including the iPhone 3G, T-Mobile G1 and Blackberry Bold
SingleClick Remote Access provides users with the ability to easily access all devices, content and resources on their home or SOHO network from any Web enabled computer or mobile device. Users can remotely control all the computers in their network and access devices such as web cameras, network attached storage (NAS) devices and network printers remotely. SingleClick Remote Access is available as a stand-alone service or integrated into SingleClick’s HomeNet Manager Networking platform.
SingleClick Remote Access features a specialized media server capable of detecting the ideal file formats and transfer speeds a mobile device can support, then transcoding and delivering the media in real time, enabling the highest quality playback of content.
“With SingleClick Remote Access, consumers are no longer restrained by the limited storage in their notebook computers and mobile devices or an inability to access their content while on the move,” said
SingleClick will be providing demonstrations of its remote access technology in a private briefing suite at the Mirage Hotel, as well as the CES Showstoppers press event on
SingleClick Systems provides individuals and SMBs a simple and powerful way
to manage and maintain their networks and retrieve digital data securely from any PC or mobile device. The award-winning suite of products includes SingleClick Remote Access(TM), HomeNetManager(TM), OfficeNetManager(TM) and Wireless Network Ignition(TM). SingleClick software is installed on 20 million computers and available in 22 languages. Additional information is available at: www.singleclicksystems.com.
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