HP to release Virus Throttler for Windows in 2005

Wednesday, 1 December 2004, 2:38 PM EST

HP is planning to build virus-throttling technology into ProLiant servers and ProCurve switches starting in early 2005, an HP executive said today.

The Virus Throttler technology is designed to slow the propagation of a virus or worm within an infected server so that administrators have time to identify the infected system and take appropriate action, said Tony Redmond, vice president and chief technology officer of HP Services.

By Tom Krazit at Computerworld.

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