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Ntwk Engines Unveils NS9200

CANTON, Mass. -- Network Engines, (NASDAQ: NENG), the leading appliance partner for Microsoft security solutions, today announced the availability of the NS9200 Enterprise Security Appliance – the first fully integrated appliance powered by Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2004 Enterprise Edition. The NS9200 provides large enterprises with the security and bandwidth-optimization capabilities of ISA Server Enterprise Edition and the security services of the full Websense Web Security Suite.

The NS9200 combines integrated security and caching capabilities with central policy management in a high-availability fault-tolerant appliance optimized for Microsoft infrastructures. This provides high-performance caching and content screening at lower costs of operation – a key for large organizations that must affordably protect information assets while enhancing user productivity.

“The NS9200 is the type of product IT staff and leaders are looking to deploy throughout their distributed organizations. It is a scalable, multi-function security appliance platform that eases considerable pain points because Network Engines has created easily deployable solutions which integrate application-layer firewall, VPN, and web caching services, powered by Microsoft ISA Server Enterprise Edition, with web content, anti-virus, and anti-spyware filters,” said Charles Kolodgy, Research Director at IDC. “By providing a fault-tolerant network and application protection platform complete with central policy management, Network Engines is offering a long-term strategic approach to network security.”

Network Engines Inc.