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[April 18, 2013]

Cellebrite to Invest in CommuniTake

Apr 18, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- Cellebrite announced that the company has made a $3,000,000 investment in CommuniTake Ltd., an Israeli technology company specializing in providing remote access to mobile devices.

In a release dated April 15, the Company said as part of the strategic investment, Cellebrite will hold two newly created seats on the CommuniTake Board of Directors.

The deal enables Cellebrite to offer multi-channel diagnostics for smartphones which will include CommuniTake's remote control, diagnostics and support technology for use by call center agents. These diagnostic capabilities allow wireless retailers to address smartphone problems immediately through the remote takeover of devices by an agent. The CommuniTake technology is an integral part of Cellebrite's Multi-Channel Diagnostics solution.

Yossi Carmel, Co-CEO of Cellebrite, said: "Cellebrite has demonstrated a proven track record in delivering products that improve wireless operator revenue, margins, and customer satisfaction in the store. With the investment in CommuniTake, we are expanding the impact of our solutions portfolio beyond the store into the broader retail environment, addressing a multi-billion dollar business opportunity in the process." Ronen Sasson, CEO of CommuniTake, said: "We welcome Cellebrite as a strategic investor and believe that having access to Cellebrite's resources mobile expertise, brand, and global market presence will position CommuniTake for success in the years to come.

Cellebrite is a subsidiary of the Sun Corp.

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