Canton, Massachusettsa – (The Hosting News) – March 14, 2007 – Storage and security server appliance products and services firm, Network Engines, Inc., has been chosen by network access control (NAC) solutions for wired, wireless, and VPN networks firm, Bradford Networks Inc., as its appliance partner.
Network Engines will build Bradford’s NAC Director and Campus Manager families of NAC platforms, providing customers with the ease of deployment and manageability advantages of dedicated appliances.
Michael Gadoury, Founder and CEO of Bradford Networks explained, “Our partnership with Network Engines will enable us to deliver advanced, scalable NAC solutions for organizations ranging from enterprises with hundreds of thousands of users to institutions with fewer than 100 users. The ability of Network Engines to deliver NAC Director and Campus Manager on a common appliance architecture enables us to address rapid growth in multiple market segments with cost-effective solutions that deliver rapid time-to-value. Network Engines’ world-class manufacturing and global logistics will deliver high-quality products with lower total ownership costs.”
Greg Shortell, President and CEO of Network Engines added, “Bradford’s innovative NAC Director and Campus Manager solutions are an important addition to the portfolio of appliances we build for leading security vendors. NAC Director and Campus Manager deliver the key elements of effective network access control: identity management, endpoint compliance, and usage policy enforcement – all in a single integrated solution.”
Mr. Shortell added that Bradford’s application is particularly suited for appliance deployments because strict control over hardware platforms assures that each system will deliver its specified level of performance.
Network Engines appliances are designed to ease the deployment, enhance manageability, and increase security of software applications, with a heritage of providing technology products and services tailored to supporting the entire lifecycle of our customers’ appliances. Founded in 1997, Network Engines is headquartered in Canton, Massachusetts and trades on the NASDAQ exchange under the symbol “NENG.”
To learn more, please visit: www.networkengines.com.