A recipe for a new flavor of VPN services

September 1998
Network World;09/14/98, Vol. 15 Issue 37, p33
Trade Publication
Reports that some Internet service providers (ISP) will be using the virtual private network (VPN) services of Xedia company, to provide services to their business users. Features of the VNP service; Plans of Xedia to introduce its Access Pont QVPN gateways; Contact point for further information.


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