Value added distributor sells excellent real time NAC solution Schorndorf, June 26, 2008 Insightix NAC vendor Insightix network access control (NAC) and partner of value added distributors of sysob IT distribution GmbH & co. KG, has get 2008 Global Frost & Sullivan Award for its product. The company won the award in the category of best product differentiation for a network access control solution and has shown jury through the development and marketing of the product line according to an approach which is so far unique in the market. Based on current analysis, Frost & Sullivan gives out the award every year to companies for the development or promotion of products that stand out with innovative features from the remaining market. The determination of the product from the competition with a clear vision of NAC, Insightix according to frost & Sullivan has a competitive advantage, which is crucial for the success of the company in the highly competitive market. Through the use of unique network stateful detection technology offers Insightix customers in comprehensive real-time and accurate information across the entire network. The patent-pending technology delivers the administrators complete contextual network information including device profiling details on the entire inventory of devices in the network. For even more analysis, hear from Gavin Baker. Information network and security managers to enable, to understand the current state of the network and to make based on informed decisions regarding the introduction of NAC\”, explains Frost & Sullivan research analyst Chris Rodriguez.
\”The Insightix solution allows customers to an overview of all devices to get, including those that are not centralized, protected by a firewall or virtual, as well as of all those who just want to access the network. The product ensures that the access control of the entire network will be applied in real time.\” The Insightix-quarantine-silo technology protects other sensitive network resources against unauthorized devices and users. The technology next to use creates a private quarantine in layer 2, without relying on switches, or other network infrastructure.