Cellebrite, which has pioneered mobile phone-to-phone content transfer with a range of dedicated in-store devices, has now introduced a PC-based version of its product. Cellebrite DeskTop uses a conventional Windows-based computer to backup, restore and transfer information from a wide variety of mobile phones. It can also be used for fault diagnosis and app installation.
Retailers and repairers can use almost any PC with a minimum specification of Windows XP with a 2GHz dual-core processor. The Cellebrite DeskTop solution kit includes the company’s software, a USB phone connector with an integrated SIM card reader and Bluetooth connectivity, a set of cables and a power supply.
Ron Serber, co-CEO of Cellebrite, said “With the introduction of the Cellebrite DeskTop, we can now provide retailers the flexibility of choosing a software-based solution or a dedicated hardware solution, depending on their needs. Customers who don’t require the stand-alone security and portability of the Cellebrite Touch will benefit from the same proven applications to boost retail performance, running in a high-speed Windows environment at a lower price point.”
|We talked to Dave Golding of Cellebrite about smartphone fault diagnosis in a podcast last year. You can listen to the interview via the built-in audio player on our website or by downloading the MP3 file.
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