Intel has followed in the footsteps of the rest of the industry by bundling its client networking software with the remote access hardware it acquired earlier this year along with Shiva.
The VPN Client Deployment Tool enables network administrators to distribute configured Intel VPN client software and update users' PCs via the Internet.
A spokesperson explained that network managers no longer have to deliver new VPN software via email or on disks because they can access it via an URL, while users do not need to contact the IS department to receive their upgrades.
The chip giant also announced it was bundling all the client licenses of its VPN gateways together, saving users about $14,000 on a typical 500 user license. The spokesperson said such bundling schemes have become standard in the industry and will also apply to its VPN suite, which now includes multiple authentication options, including SoftID.
The suite comprises Shiva Lan Rover VPN Gateway Plus 6.7, Shiva Lan Rover VPN Gateway 6.7 and the Shiva Lan Rover VPN Express 6.7.
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