Network Solutions Briefs: Enterasys, Tivoli, CUseeME, Lucent, Storage

Network Solutions Briefs: Enterasys, Tivoli, CUseeME, Lucent, Storage

ESS safe harbour

Enterasys Networks launched its Secure Harbour Solutions Certification Training program last week. The course is designed for resellers to earn an Enterasys Security Specialist (ESS) accreditation in the vendor's whole-of-network security strategy, Secure Harbour. The program will equip channel partners with the skills to deploy comprehensive security solutions based on Enterasys equipment.

Tivoli turns 90East

IBM storage and network management software subsidiary Tivoli Systems has signed up the first reseller for its SecureWay product line.

Under the terms of the agreement 90East, formerly SecureGate, will offer the SecureWay suite as a series of options under its branded Global eBusiness Environment security solution. 90East provides information risk management services to the Australian government and its agencies.

CUseeME releases its client/server video systemCUseeME Networks released CUseeME Videoware, a client/server video system that interoperates with corporate videoconferencing systems using H.323 Web clients, Microsoft TAPI clients, ISDN and analog phone connections, and integrates with Microsoft Exchange. Features include Web touring, streaming media integration, video instant messaging and Web templates for IT customisation.

Lucent's modem support

Lucent Technologies announced support for two high-speed modem standards in its dial-up remote access servers.

By supporting the V.92 and V.44

standards, Lucent's MAX TNT and APX 8000 servers can move data faster and improve throughput. Lucent's V.92 code enables upstream modem speeds of up to 48Kbps, which is 43 per cent faster than current V.90 modems.

Lucent's V.92 and V.44 software code is currently available.

Storage service for ISPs

SwapDrive rolled out an online storage and file management service last week for service providers to offer their customers.

Dubbed ISP SwapDrive Program, the service lets ISPs provide storage space to customers to store files or folders, which they can access over the Net. Users can create groups and let other users share files. The files are compressed and encrypted before transfer.

Pricing is available on a per-gigabyte basis for storage exceeding 10GB. One option lets ISPs purchase storage for resale to customers.

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