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Encryption and data security for Solaris platform

GED-I : 19 September, 2008  (New Product)
Agreement with Sun Microsystems enables GED-I to supply its GSA 2000 and GKS 2000 appliances for protection and encryption of data in Solaris environments
GED-i has signed a porting agreement with Sun Microsystems to deliver the recently launched GSA 2000 encryption appliance and GKS 2000 key Server for Sun platforms.

The companies have agreed to cooperate under the umbrella of 'Cooperation with International Corporate' a program initiated by the Chief Scientist's office, in Israel's Ministry of Industry and Trade. In accordance to the agreement, GED-i will provide it's Encryption appliance (GSA 2000) and Key Server (GKS 2000) on Sun platforms running the Solaris Operating Environment. Sun Microsystems Inc will support the company in the development and marketing of the ported product.
GED-i is the only company to offer an adequate level of security for stored data. Utilising unique technology, GED-i overcomes the inherent vulnerabilities of storage devices. With three layers of standard encryption (AES 256) and proprietary methods, the GSA 2000 product family is the only solution that guarantees stored data will never be compromised by unauthorised organisations or individuals.

GED-i is taking part of the Sun Startup Essentials program, developed by Sun as a worldwide program to assist a growing community of startups. GED-i will be utilising engineering support as well as access to a wide range of Sun's software and servers to help in porting, tuning and sizing their appliance, tailoring them to customers' needs.

"Sun has shown how a large IT company can proactively find and support smaller startups like GED-i and help them to get to the market faster, reducing overall costs and preparing them for success.' said David Saar, CEO of GED-i.' Being selected to The Sun Startup Essentials program is a testament to GED-I's innovation in the effort to increase information security."

GED-i expects that the full product line will be available on Sun platform by early 2009.
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