Canadian Software Company Scores Again With An Agreement To Sell To The US Government

The last time I talked about Route1, it was in reference to a deal that they just reached to sell its remote access technology (which I personally use) to the US Department Of Homeland Security. Now they’ve backed that deal up with a new deal to sell 30,000 of their MobiKEY USB devices to Quest Communications for resale to the US Government:

As part of the agreement, Qwest has committed to purchase a minimum of 30,000 Route1 MobiKEY(TM) devices along with TruOFFICE(TM) subscription-based services, which is valued at approximately US$8.0 million in 2009. The potential reoccurring annual revenue stream to Route1 from these 30,000 TruOFFICE subscription-based services is estimated at US$5.5 million. In addition to the purchase commitment, Qwest will provide advertising and marketing support to promote Route1’s solutions to various U.S. Federal departments and agencies. Qwest will also provide network-hosting services to Route1 from their facilities.

I believe that this deal again validates the fact that Route1 has some really cutting edge technology that companies who are serious about providing secure and simple remote access should look at. After all, if its good enough for the US Government, it’s should be good enough for anybody else.

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