Mobile Devices

June 10, 2013

Kryptos Crosses Distribution Milestone for its Voice Encryption App

Kryptos Communications has announced that users in more than 100 countries are using its secure voice encryption App for iPhone, Android and BlackBerry smart phones as their preferred means of securing their voice conversations.

Kryptos, the secure, encrypted Voice Over IP (VoIP) application product from the communications company provides secure VoIP connectivity for secure calling over a range of networks including 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi.

The company designed this affordable app to enable mobile users to have secure conversations without being bothered about hackers and electronic eavesdropping surveillance.

Kryptos is an easy to install and easy to use secure voice communications App, which leverages 256 bit AES military grade encryption to provide secure communications between iPhone, Android and BlackBerry mobile smart phones users.

“We are happy that users in over 100 countries have selected Kryptos as their preferred means of securing their voice conversations,” said Stephen W. Carnes, president of Kryptos Communications. “I believe that the affordable price, coupled with ease of download and use has enabled Kryptos to become the product of choice among such diverse groups of people around the globe.”

Mobile users can purchase Kryptos from an App store and use it on Apple's iOS platform mobile devices, Android enabled smart phones and tablets and BlackBerry (RIM) smart phones.

Kryptos is popular amongst individual customers but this application is also used by many businesses across the world including several multi-national organizations.

Kryptos Communications is a pioneer in introducing subscription-based, on-demand IT solutions from companies such as Microsoft, VMware and Citrix. The company was in news late last year for signing a distributor partnership with CloudByte, a next-generation storage product company headquartered in San Mateo, CA.

Under the agreement, Kryptos will distribute CloudByte's ElastiStor 1.0 in the Indian and Asian markets where it has access to more than 500 well known service providers.

Edited by Alice Koganova

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