Anomalous Networks, Inc., a Montreal, Canada-based supplier of solutions that allow businesses to better manage the cost and security risks of deploying carrier-based mobile technologies, has secured a new round of funding.
Investors include BlackBerry Partners Fund and members of Anges Québec.
The company intends to use the funds to hire new staff, expand distribution channels and develop activities designed to increase the number of devices and carrier features on its platform.
Commenting on the deal, Anomalous Networks CEO Daniel Rudich, said: “funding from Blackberry Partners Fund and Anges Québec will enable us to further extend our reach to solve the issue of ‘bill shock’ for an increasing number of enterprises, SMBs and consumers”.
The company’s Real-Time Telecom Expense Management™ (R-TEM) solutions are designed to enable enterprises to control and reduce their telecom expenses on smartphones and other mobile broadband devices such as USB Modems, embedded laptops and M2M equipment.
Intelicost and Telicost provide end-users, small businesses and enterprises with real-time monitoring, reporting and alerting on their device usage.
These solutions support mobile device platforms such as BlackBerry, iPhone, Windows Mobile, Android, 3G Modems, M2M Solutions from companies such as Sixnet and Sierra Wireless, and Embedded Devices such as laptops containing the Qualcomm GOBI chipset among others.