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About OpenPeak

OpenPeak is a Mobile Enterprise Management company. OpenPeak's ADAM platform makes it easy for businesses to secure and manage business data on mobile devices while giving employees the freedom to use the device of their choice. ADAM is offered as a white label solution through carriers and large OEMs worldwide. Components of ADAM may be used individually to complement pre-existing device and network management configurations, or together as a complete end-to-end Mobile Enterprise Management solution.

Headquarters Location

1750 Clint Moore Road Suite 301

Boca Raton, Florida, 33487,

United States


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OpenPeak Patents

OpenPeak has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Computer security
  • Calendaring standards
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Computer network security, Computer security, Data security, Information technology management, Computer security exploits


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Computer network security, Computer security, Data security, Information technology management, Computer security exploits



Latest OpenPeak News

News Scan: Apple Pay to expand internationally; OpenPeak adds job scheduler to EMM platform;

Jan 9, 2015

Reprint >> Apple plans to expand Apple Pay into Canada, eh Apple is planning to expand Apple Pay, its popular mobile payment service launched in the U.S. in October, into Canada as soon as March, according to sources cited by 9to5 Mac. Apple and launch partners in Canada are currently planning advertising and other promotional material for March. Apple also plans to roll out Apple Pay in other regions of the world this year. Read more . [More on Apple: Apple provides developers' kit for Apple Watch | Gold Apple Watch to cost $5,000 ] >> Intel unveils tiny chip that 'changes the game of wearables' Intel unveiled this week at CES its tiny Curie chip for wearables, reports CNet. The chip includes a Bluetooth low-energy radio, sensors and a processor that can power a range of wearables from rings to pendants to clothes, the report noted. "This changes the game of wearables," Intel CEO Brian Krzanich told the CES audience. Read more . [More on Intel: Google, Intel team to push Glass in the workplace | ARM chips lag Intel, says Amazon ] >> OpenPeak adds job scheduler to its EMM platform OpenPeak has upgraded the administrative console on its enterprise mobility management platform by adding a new job scheduler, a more streamlined user interface and other improved management tools, the company announced this week. The job scheduler enables IT managers to queue and schedule a sequence of tasks and provides real-time inspection and reporting on the progress of job execution, the company explained. Read more . [More on EMM: Midmarket firms are embracing MDM, BYOD | AirWatch, Citrix, Good Technology, IBM, MobileIron and SAP are EMM market leaders, says IDC ] >> Google, automakers increase investments in autonomous driving tech Google and a number of automakers are increasing their investments in autonomous driving technology. IHS Automotive forecasts that annual sales of self-driving cars will reach nearly 12 million units in 2035. "There is no question that autonomous driving technology and self-driving vehicles will have tremendous long-term impact on the auto industry," says Egil Juliussen, director of research for infotainment and advanced driver assistance systems at IHS Automotive. Read more . [More on Google: Google releases new Watch Face API | Google, Intel team to push Glass in the workplace ] >> Autonomous commercial vehicles get boost from steering tech developments Developments in steering technology are accelerating the move to autonomous commercial vehicles, says Frost & Sullivan. Vehicle makers "with a clear and practical strategy for loss-of-assist mitigation are more likely to be successful in developing steering systems that are tuned towards automated driving. While this overall focus to develop state-of-the-art, driver-out-of-the-loop steering for all vehicle segments will gather pace, innovations to upgrade the steering feel of manually driven vehicles will also progress steadily," says Manish Menon, Frost & Sullivan's automotive and transportation research analyst. Read more .

OpenPeak Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was OpenPeak founded?

    OpenPeak was founded in 2002.

  • Where is OpenPeak's headquarters?

    OpenPeak's headquarters is located at 1750 Clint Moore Road, Boca Raton.

  • What is OpenPeak's latest funding round?

    OpenPeak's latest funding round is Dead.

  • How much did OpenPeak raise?

    OpenPeak raised a total of $233.32M.

  • Who are the investors of OpenPeak?

    Investors of OpenPeak include AT&T, GMG Capital Partners, Blackstone, RRE Ventures, Castletop Capital and 8 more.

  • Who are OpenPeak's competitors?

    Competitors of OpenPeak include Apple.

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