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The Nexsi 8000 Content Services System integrates computing and network functions for line-rate Layers 4-7 services processing

September 4, 2001

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Nexsi Attacks Service Layer

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Nexsi Systems, a provider of high-performance, mission-critical network systems, today unveiled the Nexsi 8000, the world's first Content Services System (CSS). Nexsi's CSS is an expandable networking system that aggregates and delivers a rich suite of security, bandwidth management and content services for hundreds of secure content domains at multi-gigabit rates. "Enterprises' increasing reliance on e-business has created new, higher standards for the performance, availability and security of Web applications. As a result, enterprises and their service providers must re-invent their approach to the delivery and management of mission critical Internet-based services," said John McFarlane, CEO of Nexsi Systems. "By delivering a complete suite of security, bandwidth management and content services to hundreds of secure content domains, the Nexsi 8000 virtually eliminates the operational and management complexity service providers and enterprises currently experience with traditional approaches. Our multi-gigabit capacity also allows customers to scale their businesses without interruption." "Because existing service elements are limited in their ability to scale, bandwidth-hungry customers are adding more dedicated devices, making their infrastructure increasingly unmanageable," said David Passmore, research director, The Burton Group. "Nexsi's approach addresses this complexity, and makes new service management and provisioning extremely efficient." Nexsi Corp.

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