Intel has acquired Netboost, a network services tools supplier, as part of its bid to get into the networking chip market.
Netboost provides software tools to help companies develop policy based network services such as firewalls, instrusion detection, virtual private network gateways and load balancing applications.
The products will form part of Intel's Internet Exchange Architecture (IX) platform announced this week (see Newswire, 1 September, 1999).
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