IBM has announced a low cost product for integrating IP and its own SNA networks.
The IBM Network Utility, priced at #2 per simultaneous session, offers a 40 per cent saving over comparable products on the market, claims the giant.
Network Utility will appeal to IBM customers with SNA applications, that have to accommodate increasing IP user connections. IBM claims it is simple, scalable and a cost effective way of increasing the number of connections on a network without disrupting data centre operations.
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