IBM yesterday stepped up its efforts to woo telecoms companies with the launch of a suite of products aimed at improving the performance and security of telecoms networks.
The package is aimed at companies looking to enhance the security of increasingly popular IP-based services, such as VoIP and internet TV.
The security and monitoring bundle aims to provide a scalable security system that Big Blue hopes will appeal to small and large telecoms providers.
The move is part of a growing effort by IBM to attract network management customers, and specifically telecoms networks, to its Tivoli management suite.
Vallent's software will be integrated into Tivoli's telecom solution offering when the deal is finalised.
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