Keeping net traffic moving

The regional division of German network and data security specialist CE-Infosys will be inviting delegates to the German Pavilion in hall 2 this September as it looks to talk up its very latest range of Microcryptor and Gigacryptor releases.

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By  Administrator Published  July 31, 2007

The regional division of German network and data security specialist CE-Infosys will be inviting delegates to the German Pavilion in hall 2 this September as it looks to talk up its very latest range of Microcryptor and Gigacryptor releases.

Built specifically to encrypt the confidential IP traffic that flows between a company's headquarters and its subsidiaries or satellite offices, CE-Infosys' latest devices are, the company claims, the fastest for their size on the market right now.

"These releases are capable of providing up to one gigabit in full duplex mode," explains sales manager Kai Huang. "They're also physically secure as they are available with a self-defending mechanism built-in."

This latter option means that customers can put such devices in non-trusted environments and through the intelligent use of varied sensors, such as movement and touch indicators, IT administrators can rest assured that no interlopers are able to open and alter a product without their being immediately notified.

"Our solutions are also very reliable, as they don't contain any moving parts that can produce heat and lead to failure," Huang adds.

According to Huang, the market for its Microcryptor and Gigacryptor lines is growing fast here, with particular interest being shown by government departments.

Whilst showcasing these solutions is of course a key reason for CE-Infosys hosting a stand at GITEX Business Solutions, of equal importance is the company's desire to strengthen its channel in the region.

"We're focusing our channel sales in the UAE and KSA at present, however we've still not found enough qualified partners that really understand our products and know how to properly approach customers. So we're definitely looking for more of these," states Huang.

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