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Cloudpath Networks Gains Momentum With Automated Device Enablement (ADE) Solutions

Company brings ADE approach to ACUTA and Interop events to show how secure onboarding and advanced certificate management are essential for improving usability, manageability and security of Wi-Fi networks

WESTMINSTER, Colo., March 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Cloudpath Networks (http://www.cloudpath.net/), the industry leader for Automated Device Enablement (ADE), today announced it is showcasing its award-winning XpressConnect Enrollment System (ES) and unique ADE framework at the ACUTA (https://www.acuta.org/wcm/acuta/) and Interop (http://www.interop.com/lasvegas/) industry events. For organizations looking to bring scalability, sustainability and security to their Wi-Fi networks, Cloudpath (http://cloudpath.net/solutions/) provides seamless, certificate-based solutions that help organizations create a practical pathway to device enablement for all users.

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"Our solutions incorporate a unique combination of capabilities that are enabling IT departments within organizations to better manage constant change and influx of devices while strengthening overall security and ultimately improving the end user's experience," explained Amith Nair, VP of sales and marketing at Cloudpath. "We are experiencing a lot of traction with our ADE approach and XpressConnect ES solution across many industries, including higher education, K-12, healthcare, government and more."

Cloudpath will highlight its solutions for large-scale device enablement and management at two major industry events this week – ACUTA and Interop.

Kevin Koster, CEO and founder of Cloudpath Networks, is presenting an educational breakout session at ACUTA entitled "The New Standard for Wi-Fi Simplicity: EAP-TLS For All" on April 2, 2014 - 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM Central Time. Koster will discuss why it's time to look at EAP-TLS again. Once reserved for high-security environments, a fresh look at EAP-TLS reveals security with unexpected simplicity for higher education Wi-Fi.

At Interop, Cloudpath is also demoing its industry-leading XpressConnect ES solution (http://cloudpath.net/products/) at its booth (#739). A previous winner of the Best of Interop awards, Cloudpath will be able to show attendees just how simple it can be to bring simplicity to secure networks throughout and across the enterprise.

"We not only want to help organizations get to the bottom of BYOD, we want to help them come out on top," said Nair. "We are excited to take our momentum to two major industry events this week to continue helping organizations reduce costly IT management demands in the face of the skyrocketing growth of smart devices in the enterprise."

For more information about Cloudpath Networks or its products, please contact Ann Warren at ([email protected]) or visit (www.cloudpath.net).

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About Cloudpath Networks
Cloudpath Networks, Inc. provides automated device enablement (ADE) solutions that simplify the adoption of standards-based Wi-Fi security, including WPA2-Enterprise, 802.1X, and X.509, in diverse BYOD environments. Founded in 2006, Cloudpath Networks invented the modern onboarding model for personal devices and continues to drive the industry's adoption of standards-based security en masse. The Cloudpath XpressConnect solutions are proven worldwide to bring simplicity to secure networks through automated and easy-to-use form and function. To learn more, visit (www.cloudpath.net).

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