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There was another company at Des

There was another company at DesignWest doing something similar, but not exactly competitive. Nabto puts a tiny webserver into your mobile device or onto your chip that places it behind the corporate firewall. So rather than have to upgrade multiple devices, you just upgrade the primary firewall. If I were a small business with multiple devices, I might prefer Icon Labs, but for a large enterprise, Nabto might be a better choice… or a combination of both.

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