Enterasys Networks announces X-Pedition ER16 router
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Enterprise networking company Enterasys Networks has announced the new X-Pedition ER16 backbone routing platform. According to Enterasys, the ER16 delivers four times the Gigabit routing capacity of Enterasys' current routing offerings, and provides a comprehensive set of advanced application services, including traffic prioritization, traffic shaping, multilayer security, application load balancing, application content verification and high availability. In addition, Enterasys has rebranded its entire routing line as X-Pedition, including the SmartSwitch Router (SSR) 8600, SSR 8000, SSR 2100 and SSR 2000. These products will now be branded as X-Pedition 8600, X-Pedition 8000, X-Pedition 2100 and X-Pedition 2000. For ease of use, the ER16 utilizes the same firmware set as all other X-Pedition routers, providing consistency in feature sets across the entire product line.
Anyware Technology introduces two new network security products
Anyware Technology has announced two new additions to its fine line of software-based, network security products: the EverLink SRAC Server and the EverLink CA Server. The SRAC provides secure remote access through PKI authentication for both server and user, and encrypted data channels up to 168-bit Triple-DES. It supports many application layer protocols such as Telnet, Lotus Notes, X Window, PCAnyware, Citrix and other legacy terminal emulations, as well as database applications such as Oracle and Sybase. With the PKI compliant CA Server, a corporation becomes its own certificate authority, issuing digital certificates based solely on corporate criteria. The Server uses a segmented Certificate Revocation List to optimize the network performance.
Exodus Communications selected by congruency to host next generation VoIP network
Communications application service provider (CASP) congruency, Inc. has selected Internet hosting and managed services provider Exodus Communications to host its advanced VoIP platform for end-to-end IP telecommunications. Exodus hosts congruency's VoIP networking platform, including the company's VoIP telecommunications and applications software that allows for simple customization and deployment of new and advanced services for IP telephones, appliances and communication Web portals.
Graybar will carry IMC Networks' media conversion and optical networking products
IMC Networks, manufacturer of optical networking solutions for local, wide and metropolitan area networks, has announced it has signed a distribution agreement with Graybar, the independent wholesale distributor of electrical and communications/data products. Graybar will distribute IMC's line of media conversion and optical networking products, and will carry IMC's stand-alone copper-to-fiber media converters as well as its intelligent media and single-mode to multi-mode conversion products, including the industry's first Gigabit and 10/100 copper-to-fiber converters. Graybar will also distribute IMC Networks' fiber optic repeaters for extreme long distance networking, optical Ethernet, broadband access and bandwidth management products.
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