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Allot upgrades its products for peer-to-peer management.

Worldwide Computer Products News-11 September 2003-Allot upgrades its products for peer-to-peer management(C)1995-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD

Traffic management company Allot Communications has upgraded its NetEnforcer AC-1000 product line to offer support for peer-to-peer traffic management.

The enhanced versions of Allot's products help companies to monitor and control peer-to-peer traffic across its networks by letting them allocate bandwidth to the business processes that need it the most. This will reportedly enable a company to maximise network performance of important applications such as CRM, ERP and voice/video over IP while also hindering peer-to-peer applications.

No pricing details were announced.

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Date:Sep 11, 2003
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