Infrastructure

Intertex Data announces release of IX68 ADSL2+ modem
The Intertex Data IX68 ADSL2+ modem includes greater capacity over its predecessor and several enhancements for SIP-based IP telephony. The product is marketed towards home users and small offices.

The modem is capable of speeds of up to 24 Mbps downstream and 3 Mbps upstream. The modem comes with SIP capable firewall and optional telephone ports and a wireless access point. Also included is a firewall and NAT router, which is capable of 70 Mbps and includes 4 ethernet ports.

The modem is available from US$260 to US$400, depending on the options included.

EMC rolls out Connectrix ED-10000M backbone director
EMC Corp. announced the Connectrix ED-10000M backbone director, catering to enterprise customers.

The product enables secure consolidation of multiple SANs, tiered storage and data protection via partitioning from server to storage system. It also comes with 256 non-blocking ports, secure fabric and application segmentation and 10 GB/s intelligent connectivity.

The Connectrix ED-10000M is now available from EMC and its channel partners.

Axper launches two graphics cards
Axper has released two add-in cards powered by S3’s Chrome series chips.

The XV-S27256D runs off of a 700 MHz CPU with 256MB of 800 MHz GDDR2 memory. The card can be used in series of two on a system using S3 Graphics’ MultiChrome technology. The XV-S25128D operates on a 500 MHz CPU with 128MB of GDDR2 memory clocked at 700 MHz. Both cards feature outputs for many video formats, including HDTV up to 1080p.

Security

CyberMatrix releases VirusCop Version 2.0
CyberMatrix Corp. has released a version of VirusCop, a freeware application for reporting e-mail virus spam, Usenet spam, erroneous e-mail bounces and other spam.

This latest release contains several new features, including an automatic bulk reporting feature, which allows you to save many spam messages to a folder. The program will then automatically send complaint reports to the ISP of the spam sender. VirusCop works in conjunction with SpamAssassin, automatically removing SpamAssassin headers before reporting. Spam that cannot be reported can be automatically forwarded to another spam reporting service such as SpamCop.

VirusCop runs on Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP and can be downloaded from the company’s site.

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