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BW: Cybernet's NetMAX Introduces New Linux-Based Internet Appliance Enterprise Software

Jun 07, 2000, 19:06 (0 Talkback[s])

"The NetMAX Firewall ProSuite and NetMAX Internet Server ProSuite expand NetMAX's business solutions, allowing users to secure, connect and share their networks through a variety of customizable features. These software solutions deliver the power and reliability of the Linux operating system, yet dramatically simplify installation, configuration and management. While lowering administration time and overhead, the new NetMAX ProSuites ensure that customers get all of the Linux benefits without the inconvenience or complications."

"Business customers are always looking for ways to simplify the installation and management of office Intranets and Internet connections," noted Armando Pauker, vice president of network products for Cybernet. "The NetMAX Firewall and Internet Server ProSuites mask the complexities of Linux, enabling new or experienced users to quickly and easily set up and administer an enterprise server."

"The new NetMAX ProSuites leverage the same browser-based interface and custom intelligent configuration code that makes the original NetMAX Internet Appliance Software incredibly popular, enabling installation of a functional server in as little as 15 minutes. The ProSuites add to this strong server base the features and capabilities necessary for more advanced businesses and enterprise customers. Both ProSuites include and install a version of Linux based on the Red Hat(R) Linux distribution."

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