Powerful Enterprise Mobility Management for Any Device

As mobility has shifted into the mainstream for corporations large and small, the requirements have changed. One major change has been the emergence of the customer-facing mobile workforce. This type of user is typically in a role that is revenue generating, or customer service-oriented, and is highly visible to your customers. Examples include retail associates that assist consumers with product selections, answering questions and even conducting sales transactions.

Enterprise Mobility Management must encompass all the aspects of mobility – and that includes the increasing selection of mobile devices that are being placed into the hands of mobile workers. Wavelink delivers broad consumer smart device and tablet support to customers in addition to management of rugged mobile computers traditionally used by mission-critical workers. When considering all the aspects of an enterprise mobility deployment, choosing a solution to manage that deployment also encompasses selecting the enterprise mobility management utility that can handle not just the mobile device but all the aspects that maximize worker productivity—mobile applications, content access, and more.

Wavelink Avalanche ensures workers leverage the most from mobility, and also eases mobile deployment management for the administrator, delivering the most efficient means to update mobile applications on workers’ devices. What’s more, Wavelink Avalanche provides IT the flexibility to manage mission-critical deployments across device types—from rugged mobile computers to consumer smart devices and tablets. Avalanche also offers choice of deployment methods. You can choose SaaS deployment for speedy delivery and updates, maintenance, and efficiency. Alternatively, deploy Avalanche on-premise for complete control and compliance with internal security requirements.

 

Wavelink Avalanche Features

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Software & Configuration Management
Security
Mobile Help Desk
Flexible Architecture
Platform Agnostic
Location Based Services
Ease of Use
Performance & Statistics
Alerts & Reports

Software & Configuration Management

Software distribution and revision control

Avalanche saves you time and money by making it easy to manage devices. Preloaded on devices from a growing list of manufacturers, the Avalanche Enabler can automatically find the Avalanche system, eliminating the need for administrators to carry out extensive device discovery efforts. Avalanche also makes extensive use of Profiles and Groups, which allows administrators to predefine configuration details that can be automatically applied to new devices meeting specified criteria, rather than provisioning each device individually as it is added.

Device set-up out of the box

Avalanche streamlines batch provisioning with the Scan-to-Configure feature that allows configuration parameters to be set using scanned, secure barcodes. Whether it’s a new device that needs configuring or an existing device that needs new settings, the Scan-to-Configure feature drastically reduces the time associated with device set-up and staging.

Profile-based management

Easily create global templates that define network and configuration settings and apply them to groups of devices based on specified criteria.

Management inside and outside the four walls

Avalanche provides management support regardless of the network type, be it Wi-Fi or WWAN, including cellular networks such as GPRS, and can manage hybrid devices that transition between these different networks. To help manage devices outside the four walls, Avalanche provides a variety of features. For example, mobile device profiles allow for the configuration of device-specific settings such as time zone, custom device properties, registry settings and carrier settings like APN. SMS-capable devices in sleep mode can be forced to check in to receive necessary updates. Avalanche also provides administrators with the option to allow a persistent device-to-server connection for situations where that type of connectivity is required.

Advanced task scheduler

Avalanche automates configuration and software package deployment, firmware distribution and other tasks to manage a large, distributed wireless LAN.


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Security

Advanced security features

Avalanche has always delivered a high level of security to customers and still remains the complete solution for 802.11 provisioning via extensive support for industry standard encryption and authentication protocols. Avalanche supports a full range of wireless encryption and authentication protocols, including WEP (Key Rotation), WPA with TKIP, WPA2 with AES-CCMP, and 802.1X based EAP types such as LEAP, PEAPv0, PEAPv1, EAP-TTLS and EAP-TLS. With Avalanche, organizations have additional tools available to manage and monitor security settings across the entire wireless ecosystem. With improved rogue AP detection and reporting with various IDS-oriented enhancements to assist with identification, alerting, monitoring, and reporting of potential threats, Avalanche gives administrators a full view into the state of the enterprise’s security. System security is ensured through the encryption of communication channels and database encryption on sensitive fields such as passwords and keys.

PCI and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance tools

Avalanche helps address corporate and regulatory requirements such as PCI and Sarbanes-Oxley through enhanced tools such as alerts, reports, and audit logs. For example, if an AP comes online with the manufacturer default password, Avalanche can not only alert the administrator, but offer a facility to immediately change the password. Avalanche lets you set, and continually enforce wireless network and security configurations using powerful profiles that apply policies based on defined criteria. Administrators also gain support for client-side certificates and device lockdown rules. To prevent unwanted intrusions, Avalanche detects foreign and rogue access points and client devices, while offering centralized access to control lists for infrastructure and role-based user access to the console.

Automated mobile device and data protection & encryption

With Avalanche, enhance device and data protection even when away from the network. Employ encryption or destruction policies for files and directories when a device is vulnerable. With Avalanche, administrators can restrict access to the device, its applications and data. Combined with client-side intelligence, Avalanche guards against the compromise of sensitive data when a device is lost or stolen.

Policies

Avalanche now supports secure client enrollment system to allow end-users to receive Wi-Fi Personal and Wi-Fi Enterprise policies, peripheral control (camera, Bluetooth™, etc.), VPN configuration, application restrictions (YouTube, iTunes, etc.), email policies together with support for Microsoft Exchange and PIN / Lock policies.

Remote Wipe

Avalanche improves security by providing the ability to remotely wipe a device, or a remote wipe of a device utilizing Exchange, as well as remote device lock and directory encryption.


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Mobile Help Desk

Advanced mobile help desk tools

With Avalanche, administrators can remotely diagnose and remedy both applications and device settings, or simply provide assisted guidance for an end-user. Avalanche allows administrators to control the device as if they were physically holding it. A mobile help desk solution such as Avalanche reduces your mobile device downtime and increases end-user productivity.

Two-way messaging

Avalanche offers powerful two-way messaging capabilities that allow a console operator to send a text message to one or more devices, view the acknowledgements and message history, and have the ability to resend messages where appropriate. Device users can reply and carry on a chat session with the console operator, allowing them to provide important feedback or instructions.


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Flexible Architecture

Flexible, hybrid architecture

The architecture of Avalanche minimizes LAN, WAN, Wireless WAN overhead and optimizes network resources. Services may be centralized, or located at the managed remote locations to suit the network topology. Client devices adjust automatically to the available bandwidth.

User management

With Avalanche, specific user profiles can be created which lets users across the enterprise see only what they need to see. Administrators can establish certain rights and privileges to certain users or groups, and define what level of access and usage they can perform in the console.


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Platform Agnostic

Agnostic support of a wide variety of mobile devices

Escape the limitations of vendor specific management solutions with Avalanche. Avalanche provides broad support for devices from every major manufacturer and type, including everything from legacy DOS-based devices, to wireless printers, barcode scanners, and RFID readers. Additionally, all types of handheld mobile computers, access points, wireless switches, Ethernet-to-Wifi converters, flight data recorders, time clocks and other embedded OS devices are included.


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Location Based Services

Location based services

Avalanche provides an accurate view of both where and how assets are being used. This feature provides detailed information regarding the location of mobile devices under management using GPS and bolsters wireless WAN management capabilities. Avalanche allows administrators to physically locate where the device was and when it was last operational. If a device is ever lost or stolen, Avalanche can help track that device down to the street level, regardless of its location across the globe.

Asset tracking

Using a Web-based map, Avalanche can zoom into the exact street level of a device, providing a pin-point location as well as other important information like the current latitude, longitude, heading and speed of the device, and even a location history (breadcrumbs). If the device is GPRS/EDGE/3G enabled, Avalanche can even track an approximate location based on cell tower association for those instances where a GPS signal is not available. Geofencing capabilities allow administrators to define geographic areas where devices are expected to be located. These boundaries can then be used to trigger alerts whenever a device crosses into or out of the geofenced area.

Wireless heat map coverage

Avalanche offers powerful visualization tools that provide administrators with a graphical representation of the wireless ecosystem through floor plan diagrams. Administrators can import multiple diagrams as needed and plot the locations of infrastructure devices. Avalanche can then display heat maps representing predicted wireless coverage and even display information about associated mobile devices.


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Ease of Use

Device set-up out of the box

Avalanche streamlines batch provisioning with the Scan-to-Configure feature that allows configuration parameters to be set using scanned, secure barcodes. Whether it’s a new device that needs configuring or an existing device that needs new settings, the Scan-to-Configure feature drastically reduces the time associated with device set-up and staging.

Web-based management console

With the available Web console, there is no client-side installation; users simply access the console through a standard Web browser. Some of the key benefits of the Web console include a completely redesigned user experience for ease of use, device location tracking, an integrated reporting module, and wireless infrastructure heat maps that can be displayed on a floor plan diagram. Additionally, multi-tenancy enhancements enable customers to segment their business units and users to only see allowed parts of the system.

Advanced task scheduler

Avalanche automates configuration and software package deployment, firmware distribution and other tasks to manage a large, distributed wireless LAN.


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Performance & Statistics

Statistics & Custom Reporting

Access a full range of predefined and customizable reports to help optimize network performance and respond to audit requirements. Included reports cover network and mobile device activity, as well as installed software, asset/inventory information and current configuration of individual devices.

Performance monitoring

Avalanche 5 allows administrators to monitor the performance of the wireless ecosystem by providing insight into the capacity, traffic, retry errors and more. This gives administrators a detailed look at the health of the wireless environment.

Bandwidth management

With such an in-depth view of the network, administrators can manage bandwidth performance throughout the enterprise. Administrators can assign bandwidth availability during certain portions of the day and control when packages are deployed to devices in order to prevent large transfer rates at inopportune times. Administrators can also perform peer-to-peer updates.


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Alerts & Reports

Alert notification

Instantly be alerted to critical events by setting alert profiles to notify you about network resource failures, security threats or other important events. Notifications can be routed via e-mail or pager and forwarded to other enterprise network management systems such as Tivoli, HP OpenView or CA Unicenter.

Statistics & Custom Reporting

Access a full range of predefined and customizable reports to help optimize network performance and respond to audit requirements. Included reports cover network and mobile device activity, as well as installed software, asset/inventory information and current configuration of individual devices.

Rich Reporting

Avalanche provides rich reporting on ownership information such as battery level, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth™ information, serial number data together with IP information and other platform specific data.


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Supported Devices

Device ManufacturerModelProducts Available for Download
-UniversalUniversal Enablers and Clients13 Avalanche Enablers| 40 Documentation| 24 Emulators| 11 Velocity Clients
AMLM72251 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
Avery Dennison (Paxar)60393 Documentation| 5 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients
CasioDTX81 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 2 Emulators
CatchwellCW301 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation
CipherLab9400 series1 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 2 Emulators
CipherLab97001 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
CipherLab9500 series1 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
DatalogicLynx1 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
DatalogicMemor X32 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators
DatalogicJoya1 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation
DatalogicFalcon X3 Plus2 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Emulators
DatalogicJ Series3 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 8 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients
DatalogicKyman3 Avalanche Enablers| 8 Documentation| 9 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
DatalogicPegaso2 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients
DatalogicRhino NET1 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
DatalogicSkorpio2 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 3 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients
DatalogicDH602 Emulators
DatalogicElf4 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 7 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
DatalogicFalcon X34 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 7 Emulators| 4 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
DatalogicJoyaA1 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Documentation
Datalogic3151 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Datalogic3252 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Datalogic3352 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Datalogic3452 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Datalogic42002 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 4 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
DatalogicFalcon 44004 Avalanche Enablers| 16 Documentation| 14 Emulators| 4 Studio Clients
Datalogic46203 Documentation| 3 Emulators
DatalogicR10 R121 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
DatalogicR71 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
DatalogicRhino101 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
DatalogicSkorpio X34 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation| 5 Emulators| 4 Studio Clients| 2 Velocity Clients
DatalogicMemor2 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
DensoBHT7001 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients
DensoBHT2001 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation
DLoGXMT51 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators
FujitsuiPad5 Avalanche Enablers| 9 Documentation| 3 Emulators| 5 Studio Clients
Honeywell (HHP)97001 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Honeywell (HHP)76001 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 3 Emulators
Honeywell (HHP)74001 Avalanche Enablers| 12 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients
Honeywell (HHP)99GX1 Avalanche Enablers
Honeywell (HHP)95002 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Honeywell (HHP)70E1 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators
Honeywell (HHP)78001 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
Honeywell (HHP)99001 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Honeywell (HHP)61001 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 2 Emulators
Honeywell (HHP)65002 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Honeywell (HHP)99EX1 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
IntermecCK3X1 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients| 2 Velocity Clients
IntermecCK3R1 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients| 2 Velocity Clients
IntermecCN701 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
IntermecCS401 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators
IntermecCV611 Avalanche Enablers
IntermecCN501 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
IntermecCV411 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
Intermec700 Color2 Avalanche Enablers| 11 Documentation| 6 Emulators| 3 Studio Clients
Intermec700 Mono3 Documentation| 2 Studio Clients
IntermecCK301 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
IntermecCK31C1 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
IntermecCN2A4 Documentation| 1 Emulators
IntermecCN2B4 Documentation| 1 Emulators
IntermecCN308 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
IntermecCV6010 Documentation| 5 Emulators
IntermecCK31 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
IntermecCK611 Avalanche Enablers| 7 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
IntermecCN32 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 3 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
IntermecCV308 Documentation| 4 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
IntermecCK711 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients| 2 Velocity Clients
JanamXG1051 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
JanamXG1002 Avalanche Enablers| 10 Documentation| 3 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
LXEVX72 Avalanche Enablers| 8 Documentation| 6 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
LXEVX62 Avalanche Enablers| 7 Documentation| 6 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
LXETecton3 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 3 Velocity Clients
LXEHX21 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 5 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
LXEVX11 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation
LXEVX21 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation
LXEMX11 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation
LXEMX21 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation| 1 Studio Clients
LXEMX31 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation
LXEMX5X2 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation| 1 Emulators
LXEMX61 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation
LXEVX41 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation
LXEVX51 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation
LXEMX3X1 Avalanche Enablers| 7 Documentation| 6 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
LXEMX71 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 6 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
LXEMX810 Documentation| 6 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
LXEMX91 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 5 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
LXEThor1 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
LXEVX3X2 Avalanche Enablers| 7 Documentation| 6 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
M3 MobileOrange1 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
M3 MobileSky2 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators
M3 MobileT1 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators
M3 MobileMM31 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 3 Emulators
M3 MobileSMART2 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Documentation
Metrologic57001 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
MobileDemandxTablet T12001 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators| 2 Velocity Clients
MobileDemandxTablet T72001 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators| 2 Velocity Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MC21001 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)ES4004 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation| 3 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)EWP31001 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 2 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)FR60002 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 2 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)FR682 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)HC7002 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 2 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)LRT38002 Avalanche Enablers| 7 Documentation| 5 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MC32001 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Documentation| 3 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MC357 Avalanche Enablers| 8 Documentation| 4 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MC454 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MC507 Avalanche Enablers| 12 Documentation| 4 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MC558 Avalanche Enablers| 10 Documentation| 9 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients| 2 Velocity Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MC672 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MC706 Avalanche Enablers| 10 Documentation| 9 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MC758 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Device Manufacturer Content| 11 Documentation| 9 Emulators| 7 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MC91006 Avalanche Enablers| 24 Documentation| 7 Emulators| 4 Studio Clients| 2 Velocity Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MC90009 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Device Manufacturer Content| 70 Documentation| 12 Emulators| 15 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MC92003 Avalanche Enablers| 18 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MK11002 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MK12001 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 2 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MK20001 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 2 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MK22002 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MK30001 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MK31001 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MK40001 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 3 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MK5001 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MC31007 Avalanche Enablers| 27 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 5 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MC95008 Avalanche Enablers| 10 Documentation| 12 Emulators| 3 Studio Clients| 2 Velocity Clients
Motorola (Symbol)MT20001 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation| 3 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MC172 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)PDT31007 Documentation| 7 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)PDT61001 Avalanche Enablers| 9 Documentation| 7 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)PDT68002 Avalanche Enablers| 8 Documentation| 7 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)PDT70004 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)PDT72002 Avalanche Enablers| 14 Documentation| 2 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)PDT75002 Avalanche Enablers| 13 Documentation| 2 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)PDT81007 Avalanche Enablers| 28 Documentation| 5 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)PPT88003 Avalanche Enablers| 28 Documentation| 8 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MC652 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
Motorola (Symbol)SPT17002 Avalanche Enablers| 8 Documentation| 4 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)SPT18002 Avalanche Enablers| 7 Documentation| 4 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)PPT27001 Avalanche Enablers| 8 Documentation
Motorola (Symbol)PPT28003 Avalanche Enablers| 7 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)PDT35406 Documentation| 5 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)WT40001 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Device Manufacturer Content| 8 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)PDT80003 Avalanche Enablers| 9 Documentation| 5 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)MC300010 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Device Manufacturer Content| 29 Documentation| 9 Emulators| 5 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)VC500010 Avalanche Enablers| 7 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 4 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
Motorola (Symbol)VC60904 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)VC70N01 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
Motorola (Symbol)VRC39001 Avalanche Enablers| 6 Documentation| 5 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)VRC40001 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)VRC69001 Avalanche Enablers| 5 Documentation| 5 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)VRC79004 Avalanche Enablers| 13 Documentation| 8 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)VRC89004 Avalanche Enablers| 16 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)Workabout Pro 43 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Emulators
Motorola (Symbol)WSS10002 Avalanche Enablers| 10 Documentation| 5 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
Motorola (Symbol)WT41002 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients| 1 Velocity Clients
Motorola (Symbol)XPAD3 Documentation
PalmV7 Documentation| 6 Emulators| 2 Studio Clients
Psion7527 Workabout Pro 21 Avalanche Enablers| 7 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Psion7527 Workabout Pro 31 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation| 2 Emulators
PsionOmnii XT15 XT15f2 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 2 Emulators| 1 Velocity Clients
Psion85152 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Psion8525 1 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 3 Emulators
PsionIKON5 Documentation| 2 Emulators
PsionOmnii XT101 Avalanche Enablers| 2 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Psion7525 Workabout Pro1 Avalanche Enablers| 8 Documentation| 1 Emulators
Psion75351 Avalanche Enablers| 4 Documentation
Psion7535 G21 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators
PsionVH101 Avalanche Enablers| 1 Emulators
TelxonPTC9601 Avalanche Enablers| 3 Documentation| 1 Emulators| 1 Studio Clients
WoongjinSTM88002 Documentation

Delivery Mechanisms

Software-as-a-Service (SaaS): Avalanche

SaaS is an approach for delivering software where the software is installed and hosted at a central location with customers connecting over the web to access and use that software. It is also known as “cloud computing” where the software simply resides “in the cloud,” or in other words, on a web server somewhere outside the actual customer’s network. As far as the customers are concerned, they are subscribing to a service instead of purchasing software that they would have to install and maintain themselves. Since the SaaS product is hosted, any systems upgrades can be handled behind the scenes and immediately benefit all customers connecting to that system. For more information visit our SaaS-based Avalanche page.

Managed Services: Avalanche Managed Services

Avalanche Managed Services is a hosted solution like our SaaS model of Avalanche, but instead of installing software as in the on-premise model, the customer connects to Avalanche servers that are hosted by Wavelink or a Wavelink certified partner. With Avalanche Managed Services, all of the administration and management of the system are handled by Wavelink. This includes day-to-day monitoring and management of the mobile device inventory, alerts, etc. For more information visit Avalanche Managed Services.

 

Avalanche Delivery Mechanism SaaS   Managed Services  
Hardware Location Hosted Hosted
Responsibility for Servers Wavelink Wavelink
Day-to-day Management Responsibility Customer Wavelink
Licensing Model Subscription Subscription
Setup Fee Required? No Yes
Devices Managed Mobile Devices Mobile Devices

 

Avalanche is available in two versions to meet each organization's specific need. Avalanche Site Edition (SE) is a powerful device management solution for organizations that do not need to manage complex network architecture. Avalanche Mobility Center (MC) shares the same powerful device management features but also provides companies with the ability to manage distributed wireless networks. If a company ever needs to migrate from SE to MC, they can do so free of charge.

 

Legacy Avalanche SE or MC Versions

Feature Avalanche SE Avalanche MC
Agnostic support of a wide variety of mobile devices
 
 
Most advanced security
 
 
Advanced help desk tools (Remote Control)
 
 
Device provisioning
 
 
Asset management
 
 
User management
 
 
Profile-based management
 
 
Statistics
 
 
Reporting
 
 
Wireless infrastructure management  
 
Distributed server architecture  
 
Management inside and outside the four walls (WLAN & WWAN)
 
 
 

Extend industry leading mobile device management
to smart and rugged devices via the cloud

With our SaaS-based model of Avalanche, companies utilize industry leading mobile device management through the convenience of the Cloud. This ensures a streamlined and effortless implementation, and eliminates the need to install new servers. With Avalanche, powerful, secure and robust mobile device management is just a mouse click away.

Avalanche also helps companies address growing market trends such as BYOD. As more and more smartphones and tablet PCs are added to the wireless environment, companies are tasked with finding ways to manage this ever-growing list of mobile assets, and ensure they pose no threat to the enterprise. Now, companies can leverage the power and flexibility of Wavelink Avalanche and extend management to Windows, iOS and Android devices via the Cloud. Avalanche ensures your mobile device management solution is up to the task of not only managing today's rugged and smart devices, but also keeping them secure.

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