AirTight Networks joins Juniper Networks technology alliance program

By Telecom Lead Team: AirTight Networks, a provider
of wireless intrusion prevention (WIPS) products, has joined
the Juniper Networks Technology Alliance Program.


AirTight’s WIPS products are being integrated with
Juniper Networks WLC Series WLAN controllers to provide customers
with the most accurate and reliable wireless intrusion prevention and security
on the market.


“Together we can help our joint customers keep ahead
of wireless threats by delivering an integrated access and security solution
while lowering operational costs. This integration allows customers to unify
their security controls into one single pane of glass and provides them with a
robust wireless security solution which protects against current and emerging
threats,” said David King, chairman and CEO of AirTight.


Together with Juniper’s WLAN infrastructure, AirTight’s SpectraGuard wireless
IPS allows administrators to deploy a flexible, scalable and secure wireless
network that improves performance and reliability and precisely enforces their
wireless security policies across all users and locations. 


“Juniper and its partners deliver a wide range of
mobility solutions that bring high-performance mobile access to everyone from
mobile workers accessing corporate data centers to service providers designing
next-generation mobile networks to serve them,” said Steve Troyer,
vice president, wireless product management, Juniper Networks.


 AirTight delivers the necessary controls to
restrict access of personal smart devices on enterprise networks, eliminating
data leakage, malware and wireless backdoor entries through unapproved smart


Juniper’s Technology Alliance program is designed for
partners who work with Juniper to deliver exceptional customer experiences
through complementary technology solutions.

AirTight Networks recently announced its wireless security product,
SpectraGuard Enterprise, achieved FIPS 140-2 validation from the National
Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) of the United States and the
Communications Security Establishment of Canada (CSEC).

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