Iron Networks releases Unified Remote Access family of appliances
Sep 17, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
Iron Networks, a provider of turnkey networking and infrastructure platforms, has announced the release of its Unified Remote Access, or URA, family of appliances based on Microsoft Windows Server 2012 and Microsoft Unified Remote Access 2010. The URA family of appliances combines multiple remote access technologies from Microsoft on purpose built appliances to offer customers remote access solutions for the modern enterprise.
According to the company, customers will be able to choose between three appliance series in the URA product family; URA-DirectAccess appliances based on Windows Server 2012 DirectAccess, URA-UAG appliances for dedicated UAG deployments, and URA-Combo appliances, an all in one solution that includes both Server 2012 DirectAccess and UAG 2010 on a single appliance. These options will give customers a wide variety of configurable choices to meet their remote access needs in a comprehensive way.
"Microsoft has developed a wide variety of remote access technologies and we have been building appliances based on some of them for years." Said Robert Keith, CTO of Iron Networks "the URA appliance family brings them all together in a single turnkey solution."
With the URA appliance series by Iron Networks customers will be able to take advantage of many remote access features to connect both their managed and unmanaged users, as well as their corporate sites to their corporate resources.
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