Tiamet Communications to Recommend Comodo

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<p><strong>Jersey City, N.J. &mdash; Sept. 20</strong><br />Comodo, a global certification authority and provider of identity- and trust assurance-management solutions, has announced that Tiamet Communications LLC, a new wireless Internet service provider (ISP) serving the rural county of Mecklenburg, Va., will recommend to its subscriber base the Comodo free desktop solution suite, including Comodo Firewall Pro. </p><p>As part of the initial launch, Tiamet has announced that if any computer with Comodo&#39;s Firewall Pro has been compromised with a virus, Tiamet Communications will clean the customer&#39;s system free.<br /><br />Tiamet Communications is a new breed of wireless ISP specifically created to deliver Internet access to underserved rural communities. </p><p>In these communities, access to Internet and support services for computers is a challenge. To meet this challenge, Tiamet offers wireless Internet access and PC support services. </p><p>In addition, to ensure users&#39; computers are free from virus, hackers and other threats, Tiamet recommends Comodo desktop security solutions to its subscribers. </p><p>Tiamet decided to recommend Comodo products after investigating many other desktop security solutions and found that Comodo products to be of the quality and reliability that would meet Tiamet&#39;s users needs. </p><p>”We felt it was as important for us to offer information on how to keep our customer&#39;s PC safe as it was to offer great broadband wireless services,”said Dave House, Tiamet Communications CEO. “In selecting Comodo, we felt we could offer a high-quality solution that will not cost our users anything. Not only do we recommend Comodo products to our customers, but if they get a virus while using a COMODO product (kept updated and run properly), we will clean their system for free.”</p>

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