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Mobile Robotics Solutions Integrator Enters Value Added Developer Agreement with DSI

CoroWare, Inc. announced today that it has signed a value added developer agreement with Dispersive Solutions, Inc. (DSI) through which CoroWare will deliver next generation cybersecurity solutions for enterprise applications and cloud service applications.

Customers are increasingly responding to cybersecurity threats and facing the challenge of securing their networks using traditional systems and tools. As the number of mobile devices and applications across an organization continue to grow rapidly, overcoming application security threats, including sophisticated malware campaigns, with existing firewall and network security solutions has become increasingly complex, difficult and expensive.

To address this problem, CoroWare and DSI have signed a Value Added Developer agreement, and have partnered together to deliver next generation cybersecurity solutions that will be based on DSI's patented Virtual Dispersive Networking (VDN) with Spread Spectrum IP™ technology.

"We are excited to work with CoroWare to cooperatively deliver a new generation of secure on and off premise applications, including robotics solutions, videoconferencing and cloud applications," said Robert Twitchell , chief executive officer of Dispersive Solutions, Inc. "Through this partnership, CoroWare can now deliver products, solutions and cloud services to enterprise customers with the same level of security protection that military and government agencies have already deployed."

In support of this initiative, CoroWare plans to integrate DSI's VDN and Spread Spectrum IP™ into its line of enterprise framework solutions, including CoroWare Billing Integration Framework and CoroWare Analytics and Reporting Framework; and into future cybersecurity solutions for cloud service applications.

"Customers are increasingly looking for cybersecurity solutions that ensure the security of their mission critical applications that operate over mobile networks and the Internet," said Lloyd Spencer , chief executive officer of CoroWare, Inc. "By working with DSI, CoroWare is well positioned to meet this challenge by delivering next generation cybersecurity for videoconferencing, unmanned vehicle systems, and enterprise applications."

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