Emerging Chinese Smartphone maker Vargo Technology Showcased in Times Square Provides closed-loop security
PR Newswire, New York, December 31, 2015
China-based smartphone manufacturer Vargo Technology and CEO, Fu Zhaowei, were featured in Times Square on December 21, 2015. The video clip drew the attention of passers-by, generating interest in Fu’s dedication to product detail and his ideas concerning security.
The excellent craftsmanship and seamless operating system left an impression on passers-by who trialed the application on site. The closed-loop design uses a safe communications system.
Vargo Technology already has a sales network covering 19 provinces across China.
Vargo’s security methods
All Vargo IT employees are communications security professionals, with experience in building the framework and infrastructure of secure communication systems for and providing the necessary support services to government agencies, companies and large organizations.
With four years of experience under their belt, the team completed the development of an encryption technology encompassing the server, transmission and mobile end points of the communications chain as well as a completely closed communication system independent of the operator network during data transfer. The privacy protection system cuts off system-level intrusion into information and provides full protection of user applications and data.
The Anti-Eavesdropping System prevents real-time monitoring and post decoding; the Anti-Cloud-based Invasion System is powered by security technologies, including the distributed storage technology that provides avoidance of a single point of failure, differing encryption algorithms for users preventing intrusion from hackers, as well as a more powerful unified permission management functionality and efficient transmission of data.
The latest versions of the Ivargo Qifan and Ivargo Zhuoyue smartphones come equipped with these leading technologies.
Michael, a New York businessman, said, “It’s certainly attractive. Data leaks from mobile phones and hacker attacks are too common now.”
“The systems to prevent phone calls from being monitored, as we all know, are not always foolproof.”
The introduction of Ivargo mobile phones will not only meet the expectations of phone users in China in terms of mobile security, but will also benefit mobile users worldwide.
Ivargo’s future plans are to expand beyond its home market. “The company does not rule out the possibility of expanding into overseas markets. There is huge potential in the global mobile information security market and it is an opportunity for Ivargo.”
“We will enter in the overseas market at the right time,” commented Mr. Fu.