Interlink Networks Receives Communications News Editors' Choice Award; RAD-E Provides Strong RADIUS Authentication & Authorization for Enterprise Networks.
Business Editors/High Tech Writers
ANN ARBOR, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 7, 2002
Interlink Networks, a leading network access management software provider, announced today that it has been selected to receive a Communications News magazine (http://www.comnews.com) Editors' Choice Award 2002 for its new RAD-E Enterprise Access Server.
Communications News editors viewed and evaluated RAD-E at the January COMNET COMNET - A simulation tool from CACI for analysing wide-area voice or data networks, based on SIMSCRIPT. show in Washington, DC. The RAD-E Enterprise Access Server was also chosen as a finalist in the Wireless/Mobile category at the 11th Annual COMNET New Product Achievement Awards.
The Editors' Choice Awards were given to five products, based on their usefulness and value to enterprise end-users. "We look for new products that will help enterprises improve the productiveness of their data and voice networks," said Ken Anderberg, Editor of Communications News. "While cutting-edge technology is part of the consideration, how the product will help IT managers get the most out of their networks is a primary criteria for selection."
Interlink Networks' RAD-E Enterprise Access Server provides authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA AAA: see American Automobile Association.
(Triple A) A common single-cell battery used in a myriad of electronic devices of all variety. Like its double A (AA) cousin, it provides 1.5 volts of DC power. When used in series, the voltage is multiplied. ) solutions for controlling user access to networks and network resources. RAD-E is a full-featured RADIUS server that centralizes the administration and security of network access for remote users of enterprise networks, whether they are accessing the network via dial-in, VPN, or firewalls. RAD-E also acts as a Wireless Access Manager, authenticating users of 802.11 wireless LANs and securing their connection to the network. RAD-E can authenticate users using LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) A protocol used to access a directory listing. LDAP support is implemented in Web browsers and e-mail programs, which can query an LDAP-compliant directory. directories including NDS and ADS and with RSA (1) (Rural Service Area) See MSA.
(2) (Rivest-Shamir-Adleman) A highly secure cryptography method by RSA Security, Inc., Bedford, MA (www.rsa.com), a division of EMC Corporation since 2006. It uses a two-part key. SecurID ACE/Server. RAD-E runs on Sun Solaris, Red Hat Linux Red Hat Linux, assembled by Red Hat, was a popular, "middle-aged" Linux distribution (not as old as Slackware but older than Ubuntu) upon its discontinuation in 2004.
Red Hat Linux 1.0 was released on November 3, 1994. , Compaq Tru64, and HP-UX HP's version of Unix that runs on its 9000 family. It is based on SVID and incorporates features from BSD Unix along with several HP innovations.
(operating system) HP-UX - The version of Unix running on Hewlett-Packard workstations. operating systems.
About Interlink Networks:
Interlink Networks is a worldwide leader in securing access to public and private networks. The company's products manage user access to dial-in, broadband, mobile, and wireless LAN networks. Interlink Networks' AAA-based access control software provides the authentication, authorization, and accounting infrastructure that enables secure and reliable network access for thousands of enterprise and service provider networks worldwide. Interlink Networks is headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan
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