Intoto will showcase its iGateway EX Unified Threat Management (UTM) software platform running on RMI's XLR Processor at Interop

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

May 2, 2006

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CUPERTINO, Calif. -- Raza Microelectronics, Inc. (RMI(R)), a worldwide leader in advanced silicon solutions for the next generation Information Infrastructure, today announced that Intoto, a leading provider of network-centric secure gateway software for networking and communications Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), will showcase its iGateway EX Unified Threat Management (UTM) software platform running on RMI's XLR(TM) Processor at Interop Las Vegas 2006.

Tuesday, May 2 - Thursday, May 4, 2006
Mandalay Bay Convention Center
Booth #901

RMI's products push the edge of processor technology in performance and integration and are used by system and original equipment manufacturers to deliver performance and functions that exceed other products. In conjunction with Intoto's proven and feature-rich iGateway platform, this high-performance software and hardware combination allows OEMs to respond to quickly changing market needs with secure, next-generation networking equipment, including UTM appliances, security appliances, security routers, secure WLAN AP and switches, and VoIP IADs.

"Integrating our iGateway security solution with RMI's XLR Processor family ensures our OEM and Original Design Manufacturer (ODM) customers can rapidly and cost-effectively deliver high performance, advanced security functionality," said Doug Makishima, vice president of marketing at Intoto.

Intoto Inc.

Raza Microelectronics Inc.

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