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Volo's AtomOS Kwick Key solution expands distribution into Vietnam

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David Brimm

After successful deployments in the North American markets, AtomOS Kwick Key has expanded its availability into Southeast Asia by introducing AtomOS into Vietnam. Atom AMPD, LLC based in Volo, Ill., and Silicon Valley, has developed AtomOS to dramatically improve the capabilities of computer networking equipment.

"With an average annual GDP growth rate of 7.2 per cent in the past 10 years, Vietnam has been one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Atom AMPD's products are focused on meeting the IT needs of economies that require the capabilities, the versatility and the cost effectiveness of the AtomOS solution to accelerate that growth," said Daniel Field, CEO of Atom AMPD.

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The AtomOS Kwick Key is a portable software application for any sized business, building on its enterprise-level networking and communications capabilities, featuring scalable networking, security, wireless, and telephony solutions. The AtomOS Kwick Key™ provides networking users with high availability, high security, and ease of configuration, deployment and management.

"We are especially excited to launch the AtomOS Kwick Key into Vietnam. The AtomOS Kwick Key is delivered via a USB Flash drive that contains the complete AtomOS operating system, so it provides a portable and easy to use solution that can be maintained at a fraction of the cost of traditional networking and communication solutions, said," Tim A. Williams, Ph.D. Chairman of Atom AMPD and a successful Silicon Valley entrepreneur and former CEO of Atheros Communications. Atheros Communications was acquired by Qualcomm in 2011 for $3.2 Billion USD.

In addition, Kwick Key transforms a standard server into a multi-functional networking and communication device. Installation is accomplished in less than 15 minutes using existing servers. This capability dramatically reduces the Total Cost of Ownership.

Kwick Key enables the consolidation of the old, traditional networking architecture of highly complex and costly multi-box installations. The result is a single server that performs all of the users networking and telephony needs.

Kwick Key's features include LAN and Internet Routing Capabilities, Stateful Firewall, Web Filter, access control with Active Directory integration, SPAM Filter, Anti-Virus, Advanced Wireless Access Point, VoIP Server with Enterprise/Call Center Capabilities, QoS and WAN Failover, High Availability, Fault Tolerance, and Intuitive User Interface.

For more information on AtomOS, please contact Calie Tan at calie.tan@atom-os.com ph +65 9274 2966 or info@atom-os.com

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