CA offers wireless management solutions

Computer Associates Middle East has launched two solutions from its Unicenter range to manage wireless networks and the devices used on them.

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By  Guy Mathew Published  July 4, 2002

Computer Associates Middle East has launched two solutions from its Unicenter range to manage wireless networks and the devices used on them. Unicenter Wireless Network Management (WNM) and Mobile Device Management (MDM) together make an end-to-end solution for wireless networks as they become more widespread.

“There is great demand in the Middle East, for technologies that will enable wireless transmission of data in an increasingly mobile world. CA’s WNM and MDM solutions meet the customer’s toughest demands in this regard,” said AbdulAziz Al Salloum, managing director of CA Middle East.

The combined systems are designed to help customers get the best return on investment. They are optimised for products from Fujitsu Services, Microsoft, Nokia, RIM and Sprint PCS to ensure the reliability, performance and security of mobile devices, according to CA.

“To get maximum business value from wireless and mobile technologies, IT organizations must build highly customised environments that combine networks, platforms and applications with the right management tools,” said Yogesh Gupta, CA senior vice president and CTO.

“With the sophistication of our wireless technology solutions, the breadth of our strategic industry partnerships, and our experience with the deployment of complex wireless systems, CA is uniquely able to help customers build and maintain these customised environments without over-taxing their resources or their tolerance for risk,” he continued.

Both systems will be available in the region within weeks, as will CA’s Network and Systems Management (NSM) solution. The latter combined with the wireless solutions, can ensure both wired and wireless networks are seamlessly integrated. “As the deployment of intelligent wireless devices and wireless data applications increases, corporate customers want the ability to easily manage their mobile computing assets as an integrated component of their overall enterprise infrastructure,” said David Yach, vice president, Software at Research In Motion.

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