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Scania Invests in New Global DNS, DHCP and IP Address Management System From Infoblox

June 19, 2007; 02:16 AM
Infoblox Inc. and Integralis announced that Scania, one of the world's leading manufacturers of trucks, buses and engines for heavy transport applications, has selected and deployed Infoblox appliances to deliver core network services -- domain name resolution (DNS), IP address assignment and management (DHCP/IPAM) -- for its global, distributed enterprise network.

Jens Säterö, sourcing manager at Scania, which has more than 32,800 employees and operations throughout Europe and South America, said, "Scania selected the Infoblox appliance-based solution, to be installed and supported by Integralis, over eight other proposed solutions based on several differentiators. These include high availability systems and services, security, ease of deployment, global management and 24/7 support, as well as the team's proven expertise and competence in core network services and related applications."

In addition to delivering non-stop core network services, the new infrastructure at Scania is designed to support new applications, such as network access control (NAC) and IP telephony.

Integralis, one of Europe's leading systems integrators, is delivering the new centrally managed system for Scania, commencing the deployment at the Scania's headquarters in Sweden and continuing the worldwide roll-out throughout 2007-2008.

Infoblox's integrated approach combines the simplicity of appliances with the power of advanced distributed database technology to effectively achieve availability, manageability, visibility and control unparalleled by conventional solutions based on legacy technologies for delivering core network services, including DNS, DHCP, IPAM, RADIUS, and more.

Further, leveraging unique Infoblox technology, the Infoblox appliances can be linked into a grid to provide unique availability and management benefits. And, built-in IPAM capabilities provide essential reporting and control over IP address utilization without the need for separate hardware or software.

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About Infoblox

Infoblox appliances deliver utility-grade core network services, including domain name resolution (DNS), IP address assignment and management (IPAM/DHCP), authentication (RADIUS) and related services. Infoblox solutions, which provide the essential "glue" between networks and applications, are used by over 1,800 organizations worldwide, including over 90 of the Fortune 500. The company is headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif., and operates in more than 30 countries. For more information, call +1.408.625.4200, email [email protected], or visit

About Integralis

Integralis, Europe's largest security systems integrator, provides Information Security solutions to all industry sectors and governmental sites throughout the world, allowing organizations to grow and achieve their business goals securely. Integralis is recognized as a leading and trusted provider of Information Security solutions in the IT and e-commerce security market and employs many of the leading technologists and most skilled engineers in the industry. Integralis offers its customers a full-service approach. The portfolio covers Information Security services such as consultancy, audits, risk management and security policies. Building on the experience that comes from implementing more security projects than any other company in Europe, we are the trusted partner. Integralis solutions combine services and system integration, the deployment of "best-of-breed" security products, and true comprehensive support 24 hours per day, 365 days a year.

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