About Arxceo

Founded in 2003, Arxceo was originally located in Huntsville, Alabama. Arxceo's first product, the IP-1000, provided enterprise-class anti-reconnaissance and anomaly behavioral-based attack prevention in a rackmount 1U enclosure familiar to all network engineers.

Almost immediately, Arxceo followed the IP-1000's success with the IP-100, a portable device that incorporated the same defense tools of the rackmount IP-1000 in a form factor suitable for individual PC and even mobile laptop users.

In 2006. Arxceo Corporation was acquired by and became a subsidiary of Japan Communications, Inc. (JCI). As part of JCI, Arxceo is able to leverage JCI's world-leading experience in providing wireless data services and solutions. Following the acquisition, Arxceo relocated its primary offices to Atlanta, Georgia.

JCI was founded in 1996 as the world's first MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator), and since 2001 has been providing innovative mobile data solutions in Japan, the world's most advanced mobility market. JCI started in the wireless industry and truly understands the challenges of wireless communications. JCI pioneered the integration of wide area cellular wireless and Wi-Fi networks and has been the dominant wireless data Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) and Mobile Virtual Network Enabler (MVNE) in Japan, attaining over 50% market share in one of the world's leading wireless data markets. In 2007, JCI established the nation's first direct interconnection as an MVNO/MVNE with NTT DoCoMo's 3G UMTS nationwide cellular network in Japan.