Receives One of PC Magazine’s Highest Wireless LAN Ratings, Calls Ruckus Patented BeamFlex Smart Antenna Technology ‘A Marvel of Engineering’

Ruckus Wireless(TM) today announced that its ZoneFlex(TM) 802.11n Smart Wireless LAN system received one of the highest industry distinctions being named “Editor’s Choice” by, one of the world’s foremost online computer technology publications.

The distinction, granted after an extensive product review, was conducted at PC Magazine’s renowned computer networking laboratories in New York City. The product review examined the Ruckus ZoneDirector 1000 series of Smart WLAN controllers and the ZoneFlex 7942 Smart WLAN 802.11n access points. The review critiqued the Smart Wireless LAN system in a number of areas including setup and performance, price and adaptability.

After a battery of tests, reviewers found Ruckus’s technology “resilient to changes in indoor environments and a great way for businesses to set up a robust network with minimum of fuss (and cabling).”

In performance testing, saw 802.11n throughput speeds for 158 Mbps and 141 Mbps at distances of 20 feet and 50 feet respectively. According to the reviewer: “the Ruckus Wireless ZoneDirector 1000 and ZoneFlex 7942 combination is a gem for [businesses] that need Wi-Fi coverage over a large space.” For the full review, please visit:,2817,2337527,00.asp

The popularity of smartphones has also caused a rise in mobile malware attacks, increasing the need for protective measures, says Unstrung Insider

As more mobile subscribers make the move to smartphones, growing security threats from mobile malware are spurring increased demand for more robust applications that minimize the potential impact of malware on mobile services, according to the latest report from Unstrung Insider (, a paid research service from Unstrung ( and TechWeb’s Light Reading (

Smartphone Security: Solving the Mobile Malware Problem examines the mobile malware security sector, including analysis of the most imminent mobile malware threats, how solutions to counter mobile malware are shaping up, and strategies for carriers, enterprises, and end users to address the malware issue. The report also examines what to expect for the next 12 to 18 months in the mobile malware security market, including a look at markets that are targeted by mobile malware security vendors, as well as vendors’ plans for growth and development. Finally, the report provides a comparative analysis of 11 of the top vendors in the mobile malware security industry.

For a list of companies analyzed in this report, please see:

“Despite all the benefits smartphones offer, one considerable disadvantage is mobile malware designed to damage or disrupt mobile systems,” notes Denise Culver, research analyst with Unstrung Insider and author of the report. “Mobile malware threats are on the rise, especially as smartphones increase in popularity, because smartphone operating systems are a primary malware target.”

Security applications are aimed at minimizing the malware threat before a full-fledged attack can occur, Culver says. “Mobile malware security vendors are preparing for wide-scale attacks by hackers — attacks that eventually will be as headline grabbing as those that hit email systems,” she notes. “Their hope is that smartphone manufacturers, carriers, and enterprises — not to mention smartphone users — will not wait until the threats have reached that level before securing their mobile systems.”

Key findings of Smartphone Security: Solving the Mobile Malware Problem include:

  • Mobile operating systems and downloads, both of which are increasingly similar to those found on PCs, are significant problem areas for mobile malware threats.
  • Carriers will begin offering mobile malware services as a way to compete and differentiate themselves in the market over the next 12 months.
  • A number of factors must be considered when budgeting for mobile malware security, including the customer’s risk profile and the type of applications run on the device.
  • The SMB market is one of the strongest for mobile malware security vendors.

Smartphone Security: Solving the Mobile Malware Problem is available as part of an annual single-user subscription (12 monthly issues) to Unstrung Insider, priced at $1,595. Individual reports are available for $900 (single-user license).

Source: Unstrung Insider

Enables partners to offer end users one-time or recurring data migration, replication

NetEx(R), the leader in high speed data transport over TCP, announced it will offer its Data Transport acceleration technology to solution provider partners as a managed service for one-time data migration projects or recurring replication.

The award-winning HyperIP(R) Data Transport optimization solutions are a powerful and affordable method of application acceleration for remote data replication and large file transfer requirements. Whether using Virtual HyperIP software or the HyperIP appliance, solution providers who wish to take advantage of HyperIP as a revenue-generating service can now offer their customers the ability to move or replicate vast amounts of critical information using their common Ethernet and TCP/IP networks. Managed HyperIP is completely transparent to the application and requires no end user intervention.

“Solution providers are increasingly challenged to deliver value to their customers, and during a time when end users may not have the budget for forklift upgrades, our partners are looking to services as a way to sustain their business,” said Robert MacIntyre, Vice President of Business Development and Marketing at NetEx. “HyperIP as a managed service offering will be welcomed by our partners since it eliminates hardware investment, eliminates wasted time, and never compromises data security.”

With HyperIP, solution providers get an award-winning business continuity and disaster recovery optimization solution for backup, recovery and data replication applications. Patent-pending technology accelerates and optimizes industry-leading data replication and file transfer applications by aggregating multiple data replication applications over a shared connection while mitigating the inherent network latency and network disruption for long-distance remote TCP data transmissions. HyperIP supports long-distance data transfers at up to 800 Mb/s, the highest performance of any optimization appliance on the market, and 25 to more than 100 percent faster than competitive products. Transfer speed is optimized for the full range of data management applications, including backup & remote replication and business continuance/disaster recovery (BC/DR).

Solution providers interested in offering HyperIP as a managed service should contact NetEx for terms and pricing support via their website or main number listed below.

Source: NetEx

Longtop Financial Technologies Limited (“Longtop”), a leading software developer and solutions provider targeting the financial services industry in China, announced the official launch of its new E@able(TM) e-banking solution.

Based on the Longtop Intelligence Development Platform (LIDP), the E@able product suite is a comprehensive and highly secured e-banking platform that enables financial institutions to provide personalized online banking services to both individual and enterprise customers.

In addition to traditional e- banking services such as personal and business account management, wire transfers, payment services, enterprise cash management and personal financing, the platform can be seamlessly integrated with other channel systems such as the call center and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system, as well as decision support systems, which facilitates highly personalized value added services, and well-coordinated, targeted and personalized marketing applications.

“With our market leadership in channel related solution areas such as ATM and CRM, the launch of our new e-banking solution will further strengthen Longtop’s capability to provide integrated channel solutions, and allow us to address the growing demand for online banking solutions, especially from small and medium sized financial institutions,” said Weizhou Lian, Chief Executive Officer of Longtop.

E-banking services are in an early stage of development and experiencing rapid growth in China. According to a recent survey conducted by the China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC), e-banking usage grew by 47% during the first six months of 2008 to 59.3 million users.

As a result, the penetration rate of e-banking services among Internet users was 23.4% in June 2008, up from 19.2% in December 2007. With a penetration rate that is still well below that of developed markets such as the United States, where it stands at 53%, e-banking in China has significant room for further growth.

Source: Longtop Financial Technologies Limited

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