Equiis launches secure communication platform

Equiis, a company based at the Technopark Zurich, announces the launch of SEC-One, a communication tool that enables groups to communicate securely via mobile and Internet connected devices. The Company’s Artificial Intelligence platform is designed to meet the requirements of enterprise CSO’s and CIO’s globally on an end to end encryption basis.

Equiis Technologies Switzerland AG is a startup providing secure communication solutions for enterprise, governments and for the Internet of Things devices. Last week, the startup launched their secure communication platform “Secure Enterprise Collaboration-One” (SEC-One) suite at the Mobile World Congress.

The SEC-One is a communications platform designed particularly for enterprises whose business requires privacy and secure collaboration spaces from any computing platform. SEC-One uses artificial intelligence to integrate commonly used communication tools at workplaces – such as encrypted peer to peer messaging, group messaging, conference calling, shared real-time meeting spaces, secure file storage and transfer along with encrypted voice and group calling – to deliver companies one secure platform inform of IOT device and Apps, IOT cloud and IOT data stream, based on an end to end encryption. This Platform enables enterprises to leverage the efficiencies of collaboration while ensuring the integrity of their communication and intellectual property.

“The Equiis team is passionate about bringing secure enterprise solutions to market that are simple, elegant and intuitive to use, while providing the robust security the modern threat environment demands from responsible enterprises” said Derek Roga, CEO. SEC-One lets us deliver valuable user experiences to companies of all sizes; and, we are just getting started”.

SEC-One is scheduled for commercial availability in the second quarter of 2017 with closed trials underway now. Equiis works with select Network Operators, SI partners and directly with enterprise customers to adapt and deploy the SEC-One solution. Additional channel development efforts are underway.

New offices in Zurich
In February Equiis which is registered in the Canton of Schaffhausen started operations in their new offices at Technopark Zurich. “By choosing Technopark Zurich, Equiis will be in the heart of the rapidly growing technology center in Switzerland. This will allow us to leverage and capitalize from the business environment with companies and people who have similar visions of commercializing leading edge technology”, stated Derek G. Roga, CEO of Equiis.