D-Link Forms Alliance with TheGreenBow to Offer Advanced Security to Virtual Private Networks (VPN)
July 01, 2009
D-Link, the end-to-end networking solutions provider announced today that TheGreenBow a leading developer of enterprise security software for computer and mobile devices, has aligned itself as a D- Link Solutions Partner. Now part of D-Link's Global Alliance Program (GAP), TheGreenBow's specialisation in VPN Client software will enable D-Link to extend its portfolio of remote access solutions to Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMB) corporate network markets worldwide.
Through collaborative efforts, both companies have certified all D-Link VPN products including routers, the D-Link DIR and DI Family, as well as the D-Link NetDefend Firewall series. TheGreenBow VPN Client software comes with full IPSec and IKE support, along with strong network authentication including two-way factor/OTP token, smartcards or digital certificates, smooth integration with corporate infrastructures such as RADIUS servers or Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), an Internet protocol that email and other programs use to look up information from a server, a strong network encryption through DES, 3DES, AES and RSA, support for multiple connection types including Ethernet, cellular and Wi-Fi, as well as multiple simultaneous tunnels.
"The SMB market requires easy to use and easy to deploy software with the highest level of security available. TheGreenBow VPN Client Software coupled with D-Link networking products will provide a secure and strong yet very simple solution to extend enterprise applications such as e-mail and CRM to the mobile workforce." said Roger Simon, co-founder and CEO of TheGreenBow. "We are proud that D-Link has chosen our technology to bring a powerful yet innovative solution to its clients worldwide."
"By pairing TheGreenBow's IPSecVPN client with D-Link security products, we will be able to offer a more comprehensive, secure and complete end-to-end remote access solution to our customers worldwide," said Tony Tsao, CEO & president of D-Link Corporation. "VPN solutions are a critical a part of the solutions we offer, and we are excited to partner with a strong player in this market."