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Pareteum, Citrix Agree Mobile Workforce Global Cloud Strategy Deployment

Pareteum Corp. (TEUM) announced a new sales transaction with Citrix Systems Inc. (CTXS).

The agreement will see Citrix migrate employees to a cloud-based deployment of Pareteum's iPass SmartConnect solution, which has been fully integrated with Citrix's existing single sign-on solution to provide users with an enhanced security experience. A phased rollout is currently underway.

Using the Pareteum solution on corporate-issued and BYOD devices, Citrix's mobile employees will be able to seamlessly and securely connect to millions of Wi-Fi hotspots globally, automatically transitioning back to cellular when Wi-Fi is not available.

Citrix will be able to manage access controls such that employees will only need to securely sign in once to get connected to Wi-Fi across the globe.

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