BlueCat Networks announced the availability of its Proteus 2150 IPAM and Adonis 750 DNS/DHCP appliances

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

May 17, 2007

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TORONTO -- BlueCat Networks, leading developer of IPAM, DNS and DHCP appliances, today announced the availability of its Proteus 2150 IPAM and Adonis 750 DNS/DHCP appliances, which are designed to address the network management and security needs of the small and medium size enterprise (SME).

The sheer number of IP addresses in use today along with the continued explosive demand for VoIP, NAC, wireless and other IP-based applications has dramatically increased network complexity. While adopters of IP Address Management (IPAM) appliances have traditionally been large organizations such as Fortune 500 companies, as well as government and military agencies and higher education institutions, the need for resilient, highly available and manageable networks traverses businesses of all sizes. Until now, resource and financial restraints have resulted in SMEs operating without IPAM or DNS/DHCP solutions in place.

“We recognize that the need for robust, purpose-built appliances like Adonis and Proteus is not just limited to large enterprises,” said Michael Hyatt, CEO and co-founder of BlueCat Networks. “Network complexity is a growing concern for organizations of every size, and with the launch of these new appliances, we are now providing a fully scalable solution for all markets.”

BlueCat Networks Inc.

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