Bedford, MA (PRWEB) June 21, 2006
NetClarity was named by CRN to the Who's Who in Network Admission Control (NAC) on the June 19, 2006 Cover Story entitled "Start Me Up: New NAC Offerings Gaining Attention" by Kevin McLaughlin, CRN.
The cover story goes on to say that "the NAC startups' window of opportunity is likely to remain open for the foreseeable future because anything that can be done to reduce NAC's complexity is a major benefit." The full article can be found at http://www.crn.com/
"On the heels of announcing our new partnership with NetClarity, we're pleased to see CRN validating what we already knew." Brad Calbick, Security Products Manager for E5Group (http://www.e5group.com/). "NetClarity is a channels driven partner who is very innovative and solves the key security problem of our customers throughout Canada."
"In early 2003, we filed our first of many patent applications on our novel approach to Network Admission Control (NAC). Not only do we plan on becoming the market leader, we intend to license and defend our beach head in this exciting new market" said Gary S. Miliefsky, Founder & CTO, NetClarity. "We developed a clientless approach to NAC that is working for our customers. In addition, they don't have to spend a single penny on new switching hardware or worry about new standards such as 802.1x - we're hardware agnostic and backwards compatible with older switches, routers and firewalls."
"With resellers joining us daily to get this novel NAC solution to market, we're pleased to be part of this prestigous group," said Gil Roeder, Chairman & CEO of NetClarity.
NetClarity is a leading provider of vulnerability management products that provide preemptive, proactive network protection. The company’s Auditor line of appliances has received widespread recognition, including a Best Buy Award and 5 Star rating from SC Magazine. Based in Bedford, Massachusetts, NetClarity is privately held. For more information, visit http://www.netclarity.net.
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