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Mobile Testing Company Relocates to Atlanta Tech Village

Mobile Labs, the leading supplier of secure mobile device clouds, has moved its headquarters to Atlanta Tech Village, an innovative technology startup community in Buckhead.

Mobile Labs’ enterprise-grade mobile performance testing solutions have helped it emerge as a key company in the application development space. To date, Mobile Labs has raised $10.5 million in two rounds of funding and employs 45 people in its Atlanta office.

“We have experienced tremendous growth in the past two years, so joining one of the fastest-growing tech startup communities in the U.S. seemed like the right decision to continue our expansion,” said Don Addington, President and CEO of Mobile Labs, “The ability to network and learn from some of the most forward-thinking tech start-up companies will help us stay competitive in the mobile development and testing space.”

Mobile Labs’ explosive growth in the past two years is due to the launch of deviceConnect, a secure, private device cloud designed for remote access testing. With deviceConnect, enterprises can securely manage access to mobile devices and mobile apps and perform manual and automated testing regardless of tester location.

Most recently, Mobile Labs announced the release of deviceConnect 6.0, which now supports iOS 9 and Android 6 devices as well as the launch of a new extension, deviceBridge, which offers support for both open-source automated testing frameworks and mobile app development tools. These new updates and extensions will enable Mobile Labs to carry its growth momentum well into 2016.