Mobile Device SW Management

Firmware Update Over-the-Air
With Redbend’s Software Management solution you have the ability to understand the mobile user experience and the tools to make it better. It enables comprehensive administration and organization of all mobile device software including the modem, kernel, OS and applications. Software is remotely installed on the device, configured, analyzed, updated and even removed enabling proactive actions to improve the mobile user experience.


Manage all software on any mobile device
Efficiently update the device OS and applications
Remotely secure devices with Lock, Unlock and Wipe functions
Analyze device health and user behavior from the consumer’s point-of-view
Easily operate management campaigns with an intuitive web-based interface

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"Panasonic hardware and Redbend’s advanced management software has created an incredibly powerful enterprise-capable platform for our business customers."

Panasonic Computer Product Solutions

Stephen Yeo, European Marketing Director, Panasonic Computer Product Solutions
“Xplore chose Redbend to provide our customers with a best-in-class updating service that ensures RangerX rugged tablet users have automatic access to the latest updates.”

Xplore Technologies

Mark Holleran, president and CEO, Xplore Technologies
Innovative Solutions for Mobile
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Innovative Solutions for Mobile

For more than 15 years Redbend has been a leading software provider for some of the worlds’ largest and best known mobile device manufacturers. End-to-end software and device management services, over-the-air update technology and virtualization solutions are now being used by both large OEMs and smaller manufacturers that create unique mobile devices for niche markets.
"Redbend's FOTA allows MediaTek to provide a more complete update solution for our customers to manage devices over-the-air.”


J.C. Hsu, General Manager of New Business Development, MediaTek
“Working with Redbend we are able to deliver software improvements and a premium user experience.”

Vertu Corporation Ltd

Mal Minhas, Head of Software, Vertu
How Many Personas Can I Offer You?

How Many Personas Can I Offer You?

At Redbend we have had many opportunities to discuss enterprise mobility, and dual personas with customers, partners and analysts. The approach we recommend for enterprise mobility, and especially for BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), is based on a single smartphone device with dual OS’s running on it. With this approach, the two Android OS’s are running side by side, using virtualization, each completely isolated from the other all the way down to the hardware. The idea is that one side of the phone is a business side, which is completely protected and controlled by the IT department at work, while the other side is a private side, completely open and offering maximum privacy to the user…at least privacy from its employer.
Don’t get stuck in the past, update to Lollipop!

Don’t get stuck in the past, update to Lollipop!

Nobody wants to look old and faded and that is exactly what is going to happen pretty soon to any device not running the new Android version 5.0 Lollipop.
The Confusing World of IoT Standards

The Confusing World of IoT Standards

The 2014 hype is certainly focused around the Internet of Things, or the Internet of Everything, or is it the Industrial Internet, the Consumer Internet or simply Machine to Machine (M2M)? While the market is still having trouble agreeing upon a name they are understandably also having trouble agreeing on the standard that should link all these connected devices.
OTA Updating SaaS

OTA Updating SaaS

Roger Ordman, Director of Product Marketing for Red Bend, discusses benefits of over-the-air software updating and what Red Bend has to offer.

Our Customers

Vertu Corporation LtdVertu Corporation Ltd
Xplore Technologies Corp of AmericaXplore Technologies Corp of America
NTT DocomoNTT Docomo


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