Enterprise Networks Briefs

Toronto-based Net Integration Technologies Inc. recently announced the Net Integrator Mark II designed to meet the data and storage needs of medium- to large-sized companies. The Mark II network appliance includes file, print and Web-sharing for Windows and Mac users, e-mail, Web-hosting and caching, firewall, VPN, advanced disaster recovery and integrated back-up. It also features a Gigahertz class AMDTM Processor, 256MB memory, 60GB disk space, integrated 50GB SCSI tape back-up unit, three 10/100 Ethernet interface cards and integrated 56KB dial-up modem. Pricing for the Mark II starts at US$4,299. For details visit www.net-itech.com.

Global Technology Associates based in Orlando, Fla., last month released the latest version of GNAT Box Firewall system software for its entire line of firewalls including the GB-100, GB-Flash and GB-1000 firewall/VPN appliance solutions. Version 3.102 includes network time synchronization, expanded gigabit Ethernet support, a routing fail-over gateway selector, mobile VPN client support, improved VPN interoperability and a high availability option. GTA has also addressed the issue of support for mobile VPN users by licensing SafeNet Inc.’s mobile VPN client technology and has introduced integrated support for mobile users in version 3.1.3. For more information, visit www.gta.com.

Islandia, N.Y.-based Computer Associates International Inc. recently announced that its DB2 for OS/390 and z/OS solutions will provide same-day support for DB2 UDB Server for OS/390 and z/OS, version 7, with last month’s general availability of the IBM database management systems. CA solutions for DB2 for OS/390 and z/OS include performance monitoring and analysis, back-up and recovery, database administration, and data availability with fast utilities. Visit www.ca.com for details.