ID Technologies, the technology company making it simpler for Federal government customers to buy and use fit-for-purpose IT, has announced a new partnership with Silent Circle, a proven innovator in secure communications technologies, the company said.
The partnership will see ID Technologies and Silent Circle working together to bring market changing enterprise secure communications systems to customers across the US Defense, Intelligence and Federal Civilian communities.
ID Technologies will be working to expand Silent Circle´s footprint in the Federal market, with a particular emphasis on their GoSilent and Silent Phone secure mobility enablers.
ID Technologies has a clear mission — to make it simpler for our Federal Government customers to buy and use IT that´s fit for their purpose. That means combining capability and security with the best time-to-value approach to deliver practical IT solutions. The company is supported by a select group of technology partners, each with truly differentiated capabilities and a shared commitment to achieving the pragmatic outcomes that customers need. ID Technologies, the new name for the product business of Intelligent Decisions, has been an IT partner to the US Federal Government for over twenty years. For further information, visit www.idtec.com
Silent Circle´s enterprise-scale secure unified communication solutions are deployed in hundreds of the most demanding networking environments worldwide, including the Fortune 100 and government agencies in 100+ countries. Delivered through a game-changing enterprise communication ecosystem of software and services, the company´s award-winning product family comprises: GoSilent, a portable integrated VPN Firewall, and Cloud Analytics solution; Silent Phone, a secure calling and messaging application; Blackphone, a hardened, secure handset; Silent World, a secure way to communicate globally outside of the Silent Phone network; and Silent Manager, a web-based administrative console for managing users. Silent Circle is headquartered in Columbia, Maryland.