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InfoWeapons First in Next-Gen Internet, IPv6

ATLANTA, Sept. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- InfoWeapons, provider of next generation Internet Protocol (IPv6) appliances and secure applications, announced the release of the first IPv6 Forum Gold Certified Domain Name Services (DNS) management platform for IPv6 and next-generation internet capabilities. Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) powers new devices, services, and bandwidth efficiencies. IPv6 enables a vast number of new devices and services, such as multi-casting of IP TV, direct peer-to-peer connections, larger payloads, better Quality of Service (QoS), and improved application architectures.

ATLANTA, Sept. 3 /PRNewswire/ — InfoWeapons, provider of next generation Internet Protocol (IPv6) appliances and secure applications, announced the release of the first IPv6 Forum Gold Certified Domain Name Services (DNS) management platform for IPv6 and next-generation internet capabilities. Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) powers new devices, services, and bandwidth efficiencies. IPv6 enables a vast number of new devices and services, such as multi-casting of IP TV, direct peer-to-peer connections, larger payloads, better Quality of Service (QoS), and improved application architectures.

"InfoWeapons is pleased to be among the global leaders in bringing IPv6 capabilities to telecommunications carriers, Internet Service Providers (ISP), government, and corporations," says Luis Gopez, CEO of InfoWeapons, Inc. "The expert staff of InfoWeapons develop quality products with the foresight to design complete solutions that are intuitive, reliable, and secure." Other benefits of InfoWeapons products are high availability, high performance, and modularity.

Certification of InfoWeapons SolidDNS(TM) solution was performed by the Interoperability Laboratory of the University of New Hampshire (UNH-IOL). The Lab has an impeccable record of independent, vendor-neutral testing with a focus on quality assurance rather than marketing or promotional goals. Its test reports are recognized throughout the data communications industry as evidence of interoperability and conformance to technical standards.

InfoWeapons' solutions support rigorous IPv6 service management for network providers, including virtualization, secure administration, migration, redundancy, and interoperability across IPv4 and IPv6 networks. The SolidDNS(TM) Appliance is designed to address the critical need for domain name services in IPv6 environment. They integrate the latest security patches for BIND, including source port randomization to counter recently discovered DNS flaws, while providing backward compatibility with existing IPv4 networks.

The rich feature sets of SolidDNS(TM) support complex network configurations without additional software or license fees. The firm's global support capabilities provide rapid response for updates, security patches, and customer service. Offices across Asia, Europe, and the Americas are open 24×7 for support.

About InfoWeapons, Inc.

InfoWeapons creates next generation internet products and delivers future-proofed technology solutions that are secure, intuitive and reliable. The company's products and services enable customers to make the rapid transition to IPv6 technologies.

InfoWeapons' companion product to its DNS appliance, SolidGate(TM), is a Session Border Controller that allow networks to deliver emerging IP-based services such as VoIP, IPTV and IMS, and at the same time provides traffic shaping to prioritize bandwidth.

For more information about InfoWeapons and its products and services please call +1.866.766.6130 or 678.672.3400 or visit the company's website at http://www.infoweapons.com .

Note: InfoWeapons, the InfoWeapons logo, SolidDNS(TM), the SolidDNS(TM) logo, SolidGate(TM) and the SolidGate(TM) logo are trademarks of InfoWeapons, Inc. Other product and company names appearing in this document may be trademarks of their respective owners.

For More Information Contact: Jim Caruso MediaFirst PR – Atlanta (770) 642-2080 x 218 jim [at] mediafirst [dot] net

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