Security and performance monitoring firm Network Intelligence Corpis setting its sites on small to medium businesses with the release of its Private I version 7 software. There is story in this round up of news and company announcements.
Network Intelligence upgrades product
Security and performance monitoring firm Network Intelligence Corp., Walpole, Mass., is aiming its new Private I version 7 product at small to medium businesses. Private I(R) v.7 software upgrades include a new 100% Web-based interface, faster report generation and improved data management, the company said. It is priced from $1,500 and supports a variety of network and security devices.
Cisco adds to network management software
Cisco Systems, San Jose, Calif., has added to its CiscoWorks network management software package. The additions include the CiscoWorks Wireless LAN Solution Engine, security and operational enhancements to the CiscoWorks LAN Management Solution and Routed WAN Management Solution.
Alcatel adds service concentrator
French telecommunications equipment maker Alcatel is adding a feature it calls "4Xany" to its 1696 Metro Span, Alcatel's Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (system for metropolitan applications. The "4xAny" is a service concentrator that enables the grooming of many different services into one standard SDH/SONET signal, the company said.
Enterasys goes to college
Portsmouth, N.H., networking firm Enterasys, is providing gigabit Ethernet to Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, N.Y. The implementation includes Enterasys' new Matrix switches and NetSight network management software. The new network will be learning network supporting new educational applications, including distance-learning and field-learning initiatives.
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