January 2012, Androinica
Seven launches Ping, the ”ultimate” free push-based social messaging app for Android
August 2011, Wall Street Journal
Boosting Mobile-Data Capacity
“Wireless carriers test ways to cope with heavy demand on mobile networks... including SEVEN Networks which can reduce by 40% the time a smartphone or a tablet is on the network.”
October 2011, Infoworld
Microsoft strikes back with Hotmail for Android
“[Microsoft] turned to its partner Seven Networks to build the app, which delivers push-enabled access to the user inbox, contact list, and calendars, and it's available free of charge in the Android Market.”
June 2011, Mercury News
Wiretap: Put on your tuxedo, it's 'Entrepreneur of the Year' time
“Seven has been plowing ahead; in its latest incarnation, it's working with cellphone carriers to dramatically cut back the amount of bandwidth smartphones consume.”
May 2011, Wireless Week
SEVEN Offers Ping, an App to Manage Apps
"What makes Ping unique is it's a shift from service-based messaging to contact-based messaging."
SEVEN included in the Innovation Showcase highlighting "new companies that are pushing the envelope of the telecom industry."
January 2011, GigaOM
In Smartphones, Seven Finds a New Heaven
"The solution has big implications for carriers, struggling to keep up with soaring mobile data use, and for mobile users, who are increasingly facing limits on their use of data."
January 2011, RCR Wireless News
Seven Networks' Optimization Tool Reduces Data Traffic, Improves Battery Life
"Smartphones and tablets are accessing more data across cellular networks, causing strain on the network. Seven Networks optimization tool is designed to ease that network strain."
January 2011, European Business Journal
"Today, SEVEN is one of the strongest players in mobile networks and the data traffic handled. Mobile carriers and device manufacturers rely on the company's future-oriented solutions."
December 2010, Engadget Mobile
SEVEN Powers Verizon Mail 4.0
"...Verizon's covering all its bases here today with the release of Mobile Email 4.0, a dumbphone-compatible release that lets even some of the cheapest handsets in Big Red's lineup (the Octane, Cosmos Touch, and Zeal are specifically called out) in on the corporate action..."
March 2010, Droidlife
Android App Review: SEVEN e-mail
"...When it comes to key features, SEVEN does everything the default mail client does; you’ve got the notification bar functionality, the multiple accounts, signatures, address books and all the other things you’d normally expect. However, there are some advanced features that, frankly, impress me..."