iOra has released software which enables mobile users to access information on their corporate intranets without needing to be connected to the internet.
iOra Mobile Intranet lets users download up-to-date information directly to their laptops by tapping into the company's intranet using wireless technology.
Paddy Falls, iOra's chief executive and co-founder, claimed that the software transfers data over the internet at up to 100 times faster than rival products.
iOra, which completed a $3.1m (£1.9m) round of funding in June, hopes to sell Mobile Intranet through ISPs and internet equipment suppliers.
Falls ruled out any deals with distributors, maintaining that iOra's sales model would not accommodate an extra layer in the channel model. He also admitted that the company could not afford to go direct because it would require too great an investment.
There are more than 10 million professional mobile users worldwide, according to the latest figures from analyst IDC.
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