Mistletoe Technologies Widens Distribution Channel

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<p><strong>Cupertino, Calif. &mdash; May 16</strong><br />Mistletoe Technologies Inc., developer of the industry&rsquo;s first complete network and security system-on-chip (SoC) technology, featuring VPN, firewall, traffic&nbsp; management and denial of service prevention (DoS) applications in silicon, has announced a customer-driven shift in the deployment strategy of its patented reconfigurable <br />direct execution (RDX) technology.&nbsp; </p><p>Mistletoe Technologies, which has aggressively marketed its SoC technology to OEMs for use in security&nbsp; applications, will be introducing an end-user-focused family of high performance network and&nbsp; security appliances at the Interop Exposition on May 20 to 25 in Las Vegas.</p><p>This introduction of the SlimLine product family is Mistletoe Technologies&rsquo; market-based response to changes taking place in the network and security industry, as customers demand adaptive, cost-effective, flexible appliances capable of reducing the spiraling complexity <br />and improving management of their network infrastructure. &nbsp;</p><p>Mistletoe Technologies&rsquo; ability to deliver these power, performance and flexibility advantages directly is related to their patented RDX technology.&nbsp; </p><p>RDX is an innovative, fully programmable methodology for packet processing&nbsp; that lowers latency, improves performance and significantly decreases power consumption.&nbsp; </p><p>The result is a line of products, including the new SlimLine appliances, that offers reduced complexity and ease of management for end-users. </p><p>As a recent Forrester Research report outlined, IT decision makers at European enterprises see ease of management as the top consideration in making security purchases this <br />year.&nbsp; </p><p>Based on similar concerns, Mistletoe Technologies recognized that a widened distribution strategy could address these end-users&rsquo; needs for reduced complexity and improved management&nbsp; of their network and security products. &nbsp;</p><p>&ldquo;Customers are demanding a compact network and security appliance solution &mdash; one that is less expensive with a smaller footprint and offers ease of management in implementation. These products must also consume much less power while maintaining multi-gigabit throughput <br />capability,&rdquo; William Thomas, Mistletoe Technologies CEO, said. &ldquo;We knew we had a technological advantage with our SoC technology, and we decided to respond to market demand and put network and security control in the hands of the IT buyer. </p><p>&quot;We view this extended deployment model as a means of meeting the demands of both the OEMs and end-users who are seeking to reduce network complexity.&rdquo; </p>

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