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Firewalls Progressive Systems, Inc., a leading provider of network security solutions, and KDD Network Systems Co., Ltd., one of Japan's largest technology distribution companies, today announced that the Progressive family of Linux-based firewall and VPN solutions will be made available to . . . Progressive Systems, Inc., a leading provider of network security solutions, and KDD Network Systems Co., Ltd., one of Japan's largest technology distribution companies, today announced that the Progressive family of Linux-based firewall and VPN solutions will be made available to the Japanese business market through a newly formed partnership between the companies. At the same time Japanese businesses of all sizes are making Internet access a strategic priority, they are growing more concerned about security. Because the Progressive Systems Phoenix Adaptive Firewall provides a very stable and secure firewall in a fully self-contained appliance format, Japanese businesses will be able to obtain much needed Internet security very quickly. The Phoenix Adaptive Firewall appliance is expected to be available to the Japanese market in the second quarter of 2000 and pricing will be available through KDD-NS.

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