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VPNC Update for December, 2009

Welcome to the latest issue of the VPNC Update. We hope you find the news in this issue valuable.


Recent VPNC Member Press Releases

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F5
F5 Chosen To Enhance Application Security at Standard Life

F5
F5's BIG-IP Solution Enables Service Providers to Transparently Scale and Grow Mobile Services

IBM ISS
IBM Receives 'Strong Positive' Rating in Leading Analyst Firm's Managed Security Services in Europe MarketScope Report

Juniper
Juniper Networks Multiservice Edge, Core and Carrier Ethernet Routers Awarded Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) 21 Certification

Juniper
Anchorage Museum Deploys New Secure, Robust Network with Juniper Networks

Mocana
REDCOM Picks Mocana to Secure Carrier Class 4/5 IP Softswitch Solutions

Mocana
JDSU Selects Mocana to Secure Popular TestPoint Family of Broadband Test Solutions

phion
phion integrates remote support tool into its netfence solution

McAfee
McAfee, Inc. Awarded Service Agreement to Deploy Integrated Security Management Solution for the U.S. Air Force

Stonesoft
StoneGate 5.0 Achieves RSA Secured Partner Program Certification to Provide Maximum Interoperability and Proactive Network Security Control


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