Tech brief | Virtual private networking

Exceedium Inc. of Jersey City, N.J., has introduced a new version of its Exceedium gatekeeper, a VPN appliance devoted to handling IT operations. External support personnel can sign onto a network via Exceedium, which controls their access to specific pieces of equipment. The new version of the gateway has three more ports (for a total of six), a dial-up modem for emergency communications and support for Gigabit Ethernet and IPv6, according to Roy Whitely, manager of government sales for the company.

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