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PRNewswire: InsynQ Releases Its Unique InterLynQ Server Appliance

Jul 18, 2000, 20:40 (0 Talkback[s])


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"Xcel Management, Inc., InsynQ, a pioneer of the Internet Utility Company industry, announced today the availability of its Linux-based InterLynQ Internet Appliance Server for commercial distribution in conjunction with its Web-based computing services."

"The InterLynQ Server facilitates the ability for InsynQ to effectively monitor and manage Web-based computing deployments that require robust Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and is considered by the Company to be the "Swiss Army Knife-all in one server." The InterLynQ Server, when deployed at a customer site, provides feature-rich managed services including Internet routing, firewalling, local web caching, NAT, file and printer sharing, e-mail server and remote administration and support using standard PC's or network appliances, including the Company's soon to be released IdesQ terminal appliance."

"The InterLynQ Server technology, is part of InsynQ's Managed Service Provider technology that provides InsynQ with the capability to deliver and support secure remote computing desktop deployments that deliver a common Windows(TM) interface and application menu. The InterLynQ supports flexible communication options such as DSL, Frame Relay or T1, while also facilitating remote administration and software upgrades of the network devices it supports."

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