NetMotion Wireless, a leading provider of
mobile productivity and management software, today announced that TELUS
Mobility, a leading wireless service provider in Canada, will now offer Mobile
VPN Plus using NetMotion’s flagship product, Mobility XE(TM), through TELUS’
business sales channels as a new monthly subscription offer. NetMotion’s
Mobile VPN (Virtual Private Network), Mobility XE, enables mobile workers to
maintain secure connections to applications as they move through wireless
coverage gaps and across various networks.

“Companies and government agencies throughout Canada have mobile field
workers that need secure and consistent wireless access to information in
order to perform their jobs efficiently,” said Bob Hunsberger, President and
CEO of NetMotion Wireless. “TELUS is at the forefront of providing their
customers with advanced wireless services, and we’re very pleased to work with
them to enhance mobile productivity for these major accounts.”

Jim Senko, TELUS vice-president of Mobility Solutions said, “Mobile VPN
Plus is an ideal offering for organizations across multiple industries,
including: public safety, utilities, healthcare, communications, government,
transportation and many others. These organizations often deploy large
quantities of laptops and smartphones to highly-mobile field personnel, and
they can benefit greatly from a VPN designed specifically for wireless
environments with centralized software tools to manage their devices.”

More than 1,300 companies and agencies already use NetMotion Wireless to
enhance the productivity of their mobile workers. NetMotion’s Mobility XE is a
client-server based software solution. After selecting their data service plan
from TELUS, enterprises simply deploy a standard server running NetMotion
Wireless’ software behind the company firewall, and load client software on
employees’ laptops and PDAs. Pricing varies based on the size of the mobile

With NetMotion’s Mobility XE and policy management services, businesses
and agencies benefit from:

— Seamless transitions among all wide area networks (EDGE, UMTS/HSDPA,
1xRTT/EV-DO), Wi-Fi, and customer wireline data networks;

— Sustained applications, even as workers move in and out of wireless
coverage areas;

— Automatic selection of the fastest available network without requiring
user intervention;

— Secure access to all critical applications from the field, including
work order and billing systems and other databases, reducing calls to the
corporate offices;

— Data compression and link optimizations to improve application
performance and reduce network consumption over wireless networks;

— A real-time, system-wide view of device activity, including
application use, device connections and battery life;

— Customized policies that let IT administrators better manage
application and network access, quarantine lost or stolen devices, and
prioritize bandwidth for critical transmissions and applications;

— Enhanced security and network management controls that extend
corporate security policies to mobile devices, including proactive scans for
up-to-date antivirus, anti-spyware and operating system patches; and

— Advanced capabilities to support real-time applications such as
streaming video.