"In a move that could accelerate the use of the OpenBSD
operating system, Network Security Technologies, Inc...a leading
provider of managed e-security, has announced that it will offer
commercial support for the OS which is available as free software.
Through the agreement, NSTI will provide assistance with
integration, deployment and consulting for OpenBSD users."
"The company said the agreement will provide users with
improved manageability and increased acceptance for the OpenBSD
platform. Developed by a network of volunteers, OpenBSD does
not currently offer formal support for the operating system.
Through the agreement, NSTI will offer commercial entities
utilizing the OpenBSD technical support in implementation and
"NSTI currently uses OpenBSD as the platform for its Network
Security Operations Center (NSOC) and its security appliance that
is deployed inside a company's Internet link to filter all incoming
and outgoing traffic per the policies established jointly by NSTI
and the customer. In addition, several of NSTI's engineers are part
of the team of volunteers working to develop the operating
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