Virtual Private Networking

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Wide area networks and private business communications used to be the privilege of only the largest corporations who could afford dedicated leased-lines. Virtual Private Networking (VPN), like leased-lines, provides private data communication between separate locations. In contrast to dedicated lines, VPN uses the shared public infrastructure of the Internet -- making it inexpensive to setup and operate.

Deploying VPN with a PrivaNet appliance is not restricted by complex licensing terms and expensive, per-user fees. The total number of simultaneous VPN connections (users or sites) depends only on the processing power of the PrivaNet model used. Our VPN solution therefore presents a very affordable opportunity to share corporate data and IT-services between geographically dispersed locations and remote users.

1-8-2011 - X/OS has moved!

X/OS has moved to a new office, but stays at the Amsterdam Science Park.