Research Triangle Software’s line of CryptoSticks — small, portable encryption and compression devices for use through USB ports — are now available to consumers and companies worldwide through TigerDirect.
The distribution deal is one of the biggest struck yet by RTSZ.
TigerDirect offers a wide variety of computer products and accessories both online and through product catalogs.
CryptoSticks come with encryption and compression software for use with any data file as well as the ability to store personal settings for private, secure Internet browsing with the device is being used on a PC.
“We have experienced tremendous success selling the CryptoStick to large corporations and now we want to make the CryptoStick readily available to individual consumers,” said Jeff LeRose, chief executive officer of Research Triangle Software. “With TigerDirect’s global reach and tremendous experience in the consumer market, we found it particularly appealing to pursue this new channel.”
Research Triangle Software: www.rtsz.com