LanRover Access Switch DPS has dual power supplies, cooling feature

The LanRover Access Switch DPS, a remote-access concentrator from Shiva Corp., of
Bedford, Mass., will sell for the same $8,000 price as previous models.


The Access Switch DPS has dual power supplies for fault tolerance and builds in cooling
to lengthen component lifetimes. A 10/100-Mbps Ethernet card comes as standard.


To manage the LanRover, Shiva includes a Java-based tool called the Shiva Configurator.


Its graphical interface can control multiple Shiva devices across a network; settings
for security, protocols and line provisioning can be made across multiple devices.


The Shiva Configurator supports the Hewlett-Packard Co. OpenView management platform.


Existing LanRover Access Switch customers can upgrade to the new chassis for $4,000.


Until year’s end, the company will provide free PowerSurf HTTP and PowerBurst
remote node acceleration software to new buyers.


Visit Shiva’s Web site at http://www.shiva.com
for more information.


Contact Shiva at 781-687-1000.

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