In-Q-Tel and Connectify Secure Strategic Agreement to Advance Wireless Networking

In-Q-Tel announced it has secured a strategic agreement with Connectify working to advance wireless networking capabilities for the U.S. intelligence community. IQT’s investment will facilitate the development of Connectify’s networking software aiming to create a secure remote networking platform and aggregation technology.

These new technologies would enable users to spontaneously create self-forming virtual private networks without a central location and leverage throughput of all available Internet connections. 

“Our strategic partnership with Connectify will provide our U.S. Intelligence Community customers with access to the most advanced wireless networking software available,” said William Strecker, executive vice president of Architecture and Engineering and chief technology officer of IQT. “Connectify’s experience bringing wireless networking applications to the private-sector provides the foundation necessary to further this cutting-edge technology.”

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