In today’s always adapting the business environment, flexibility, control, and security are driving the architecture of corporate network infrastructures. Individuals are capable of accessing the internet via a wide variety of platforms such as laptops, smartphones, tablets and more. This has given rise to a “move and do” culture where individuals “stay connected” wherever they go. An employee may carry a personal connected device to the workplace and make use of the corporate network for work purposes resulting in a new requirement: Wireless and network access policies and capabilities for BYOD.

BYOD is one of the most influential trends being embraced by organizations all over the globe. Considered as an intelligent strategy for increasing employee productivity and reducing operational costs, BYOD may have profound implications for how companies manage their networks, mobile devices, and even their employees. Surveys by various companies have revealed that the benefits of BYOD are undeniably compelling. However, it is also true that the widespread use of consumer-grade devices in the enterprise is having a dramatic effect on key IT areas such as security, privacy, lifecycle management, and acceptable use policies.

BYOD requires IT to invest in an infrastructure that can support and adapt to BYOD needs. Basically, IT needs to implement a network environment that can deliver applications from a centralized managed system. By delivering data and providing network access via a common, secure methodology, IT can set automated governance policies in place.
A typical BYOD infrastructure employs:
• Desktop Virtualization
• Application Virtualization
• Security-Enriched Application Development

While building a BYOD plan, IT managers often overlook the underlying chip architecture. When given thought, the processors that power the supported devices can pay off big, providing higher performance, security, and manageability. Undoubtedly “Microprocessors” are the heart of any device, and choosing the right ones to support can make a big difference in a company’s BYOD planning, implementation, support, and ultimate success.
VVDN Technologies is unleashing the full potential of this technology with its excellent porting capability on the Freescale QorIQ T4240 processor – an extremely fast and balanced Communications Processor. VVDN‘s engineers are highly experienced and trained on the Freescale T4240 and provide the following critical elements which are must for BYOD infrastructure
• Excellent scaling
• Advanced virtualizations to support multiple OS
• Improved Security
• Safe and Secure Partitioning Platforms Using Freescale Technology
• Use Software Platforms to Take Advantage of the Multi-core Trend for ARM® and Power Architecture® Technologies
• Speed Time to Market with Virtualization

VVDN believes that keys to meeting IT managers’ goals are platform simplicity and consistency. This is possible only by choosing the right processor. Or to be more precise we need the right skill and capability to work with the right processor. The T4240 12 physical cores supporting 24 virtual cores capable of scaling to 1.8GHz, hardware acceleration, and advanced system peripherals makes it a perfect fit for BYOD application. VVDN provides full SoC services, including customized operating systems and technical support for application software integration, building an optimized appliance based on different project needs. VVDN believes in providing the smartest solution for your BYOD needs with
• Lower BOM costs,
• Lower Design Risk
• Faster Time To Market

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