Columbitech Adds Linux ServerColumbitech Adds Linux Server
Mobile security solutions provider Columbitech today announced support for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 and 10
January 16, 2007
NEW YORK -- Mobile security solutions provider Columbitech today announced support for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 and 10. This new offering combining Columbitech Wireless VPN with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server enables customers to automatically set up any computer to be a VPN server and firewall within minutes. The result is a software-only solution with low deployment cost, delivering full security, PCI compliance for retailer's wireless infrastructure and unique usability features.
The retail sector is recognizing the advantages and cost savings of a Linux system and as a result, Linux adoption is rising. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server includes a unique set of server administration, configuration and deployment tools to simplify installation and system maintenance. With a secure wireless network based on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, Columbitech's customers enhance security, reduce overhead as well as improve reliability and operational efficiency. The entire solution is pre-configured and available with any common distribution media.
"We are continuously expanding our product portfolio to stay ahead of market demands and meet customer requirements," said Asa Holmstrom, President of Columbitech. "Columbitech's support for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server assists enterprises in search of an independent, secure platform that allows them to leverage existing IT investments and stay competitive."
Columbitech Wireless VPN gives mobile individuals and enterprises secure uninterrupted access to mission-critical systems across any combination of IP networks. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server allows companies to benefit with the latest advancements in virtualization and open standards technologies by delivering a reliable, high performance open source platform.
As well as support for Linux, Columbitech Wireless VPN supports Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Mobile 2003, Windows Mobile 5, Symbian 9.1, pSoS, DOS, Linux and VxWorks.
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