Global Mobile Communication Without Security Risks

Secure, encrypted mobile communication is becoming more and more important for business. This year, innovative company Qnective AG, Zurich is set to launch a practical solution called Qtalk secure, which will enable encrypted and therefore highly secure communication for telephone calls, chats, data transfers and SMS.

Lawyers, enterprises in the financial sector, emergency services and other organisations and individuals place the highest security demands on their mobile communications. The comprehensive security solution Qtalk secure was developed specifically to meet these needs. Industrial spies and others engaged in criminal activity are thereby denied means of illegally procuring and viewing information in the area of mobile communications. Despite maximum protection against interception, the solution offers excellent voice quality, a high level of user-friendliness and simple integration in the existing infrastructure.

Maximum security on various communication channels

Qtalk secure encrypts calls, chats, data transfers and SMS messages via mobile phones, smartphones and PCs. Highly secure encryption and decryption are based on the Diffie-Hellmann 4096 bit, Elliptic Curve 384 bit and AES 256 bit modules. Qnective AG offers the solution as a comprehensive "box solution", which contains the preconfigured software for the server and devices (clients). The software clients communicate with each other via their own server and are independent of mobile providers, despite the use of low-cost data networks (access via EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA and Wi-Fi). Qtalk secure can be used for a multitude of devices and can be seamlessly integrated in the existing infrastructure. The "telephony", "chat" and "data transfer" functions are available for all desktop clients such as Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and all mobile clients such as Blackberry OS 4.6 and higher, Symbian, Android and iPhone.

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