Techwatch: Sun Microsystems teams with RegiSoft

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By BRIAN TRANTLER
March 24, 2006 04:43
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SUN MICROSYSTEMS and RegiSoft, a Yehud-based company that develops value added solutions for mobile media, have signed an agreement for RegiSoft to become a global partner of Sun Microsystems. RegiSoft will distribute Sun products as part of an overall solution for its customers in Israel and around the world. RADWARE ANNOUNCED that its APSolute OS software has passed strict tests to achieve certification with the Common Criteria Evaluation and Validation Scheme, achieving Evaluation Assurance Level 3 Certification from the National Information Assurance Partnership Common Criteria Evaluation and Validation Scheme Validation Body. The Common Criteria is a globally recognized standard for assessing the security features and capabilities of information technology products. TEL AVIV-BASED wireless broadband solutions company Alvarion Ltd. said its BreezeACCESS VL system has been chosen by Inter-Connect, an Internet Service Provider and major broadband provider in the Democratic Republic of Congo, to improve and expand its broadband wireless network. Alvarion's BreezeACCESS VL's enhanced features of non-line-ofsight operation, encryption and quality of service support combined with its high capacity and extended reach of more than 20 kilometers allows carriers, mobile operators, ISPs, enterprises and others to enjoy the benefits of broadband services in license exempt frequencies. JERUSALEM-BASED Orionsolar Photovoltaics Ltd. has completed development of an advanced second generation photovoltaic solar energy cell, which significantly reduces the cost of producing solar electricity using polycrystalline silicon photovoltaic cells. AMDOCS, MEANWHILE, has announced the availability of three new solutions for the financial services market, which complement the "Dynamic Banking" model pioneered by Amdocs. The new solutions include Amdocs Dynamic Pricing and Product Bundling Solution, Amdocs Customer Communications Solution, and Amdocs Mobile and Micro-payments Solution. Dynamic Banking helps retail banks achieve greater profitability by offering personalized service and product packages to customers. ELSEWHERE, Check Point Software Technologies Ltd., was recognized by CMP Media's VARBusiness magazine as one of North America's top IT vendors in terms of the partnership programs it offers to solution providers that sell its products and services to end users. Check Point was certified as a Five-Star Partner, acknowledging its commitment and strength of its programs for IT integrators, resellers and consultants. Finally, GAIL Limited, the Gas Authority of India, has selected ECI Telecom's optical networking solutions for the expansion of its nationwide Gail-Tel South Expansion network. ECI's equipment will support this long-haul SDH regional network that will span thousands of kilometers and increase GAIL's capacity to deliver services as a carrier of carriers.

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