Network Solutions- Briefs
- 08 December, 1999 12:56
Network Solutions- Briefs
Nortel launches Versalar Switch Router
Nortel Networks has launched its Versalar Switch Router 15000, to provide service providers with IP CoS features and a high concentration of dedicated connections. According to the company, it also reduces price per port and increases access density, saving access POP infrastructure costs. The Versalar Switch Router 15000 is also an MPLS Label Edge Router, which lets service providers maximise return from their transmission investment through MPLS traffic engineering and offers customers MPLS-based virtual private network services. It allows much higher levels of aggregation and provides an application-intelligent platform for IP services, such as VPNs and voice-over-IP, through flexible CoS capabilities.
The Versalar 15000 also allows differentiation between multiple classes of premium and non-premium traffic to provide service-level agreements based on delay or packet loss without having to over-engineer the backbone, according to Nortel.
CRM agreement signed
Business and IT consultancy Logica and vendor Graham Technology have signed a global marketing and distribution agreement for their GT-X customer relationship management (CRM) software. The agreement will combine Logica's systems integration experience with Graham Technology's technical expertise for the deployment of CRM projects worldwide. The partnership is set to build on previous joint customer projects between the two companies. As part of the agreement, Graham will provide support and training to Logica, in addition to ongoing development of GT-X.
Saflink and SecuGen team up
Distributor Triton Secure has ann-ounced vendors Saflink and SecuGen have signed a mutual worldwide non-exclusive agreement to license and distribute each other's products. Triton, a master distributor for Saflink in Australia, said the agreement will allow it to provide its channel partners with SecuGen fingerprint imaging hard- ware and matching algorithm software technology.
VeCommerce to float
Voice and data company Scitec has announced details of the float of its call centre solutions business. The new company, VeCommerce, is hoping the float will give it the opportunity to raise capital to fund accelerated expansion in the market. Scitec will distribute its shares in VeCommerce directly to Scitec shareholders. The company has been testing its latest voice commerce business model in Australia and New Zealand for the last 18 months. www.scitec.com.au