Nokia expands security platforms

Wednesday, 2 February 2005, 12:03 AM EST

Nokia announced the expansion of its family of network security platforms with the addition of Nokia IP260 and Nokia IP265. The two new security platforms are designed to address the low-cost needs of small enterprises and remote or branch offices and their future growth requirements. The Nokia IP260 and Nokia IP265 provide improved return on investment by offering the features of larger Nokia systems in a small, compact, half-width 1RU rack mounted platform. The new offerings combine competitive pricing, performance and management capabilities to deliver some of the most robust and reliable security platforms on the market today.

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