Equiinet sets course to fly with NetPilot


Equiinet sets course to fly with NetPilot

Equiinet is placing its faith in ADSL as a key transmission technology for the future by integrating DSL into its NetPilot secure server appliance.

There are over 10,000 NetPilot units installed and bringing VARs recurring revenue. They provide Internet access and e-mail facilities for every PC on a network, with a Checkpoint-approved firewall, IPSec-based VPN capabilities, and a number of other security features.

NetPilot appliances are Linux-based all-in-one, plug-and-play devices based on open source software for the core applications.

Bob Jones (pictured below), managing director of Equiinet, says: "We are integrating fully with the new BT self-install DSL service. BT's recent introduction of self-install DSL kits should help the ADSL roll-out to gather momentum from January 2002 onwards, and it's our intention to keep our customers at the cutting edge of transmission technologies by making NetPilot compatible with this service."

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