Nortel sets VPN sights on smaller sites

Greene, Tim
November 2000
Network World;11/20/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 47, p12
Trade Publication
Reports on Nortel Networks' launch of its Contivity 100 and 600 devices, which make it more affordable to hook smaller sites to corporate virtual private networks (VPN). Provision of an office with access to a VPN using a single Internet connection; Development of a model with integrated wide area network (WAN) ports; Dedication of bandwidth to certain classes of users.


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