5/13/2003 - AEP Systems, Bull and Cryptomathic announce a partnership to provide a complete IT security solution for criminal justice, police and government agencies. The three companies combine high-speed security products with expert contractor services and PKI infrastructure to deliver an end-to-end IT security solution ideal for agencies with private and sensitive information.
With strong expertise in high-speed security solutions, AEP Systems brings the most comprehensive security hardware products available on the market to the partnership. Bull specialises in infrastructure solutions with an emphasis on resilient servers, high availability storage, and secure management software, and Cryptomathic provides best-of-breed Public Key Infrastructure solutions.
"By combining each company's core competency, we've developed an advanced solution aimed specifically at criminal justice, police and government organisations," said Brent Cunningham, AEP Vice-President. "Reliability and security are key issues for these agencies, which is why AEP Systems, Bull and Cryptomathic have seized the opportunity to work together to develop an end-to-end solution."
The demand for eSecurity solutions in police and government organisations is on the increase. In a recent report published by the UK government, Chancellor Gordon Brown announced that the government has budgeted over £330 million for enhancing UK security through counter-terrorism and military initiatives.
"We see a growing opportunity to sell technology to the criminal justice and government markets and see the value of teaming up to do this. Providing an end-to-end solution is an increasing prerequisite that the combined offerings of these three companies can successfully deliver," said Antonio Gerbino, UK Sales Manager of Cryptomathic.
"Each company brings deep knowledge and expertise to the partnership. For instance, Bull has a track record and pedigree spanning thirty years in providing total business based solutions to central and local government agencies, The Ministry of Defence, and Multi-nationals operating in the commercial sector," said Chris Giolbert of Bull. "With the combined expertise of AEP Systems, Bull and Cryptomathic our customers are assured the best available technology and service."
For more information about each company's technology and offerings, visit www.aepsystems.com, www.bull.com or www.cryptomathic.co.uk.
About AEP Systems
AEP Systems (www.aepsystems.com), the high-speed security company, delivers hardware security and acceleration solutions that are fast and cost-effective to deploy. Customers include financial institutions, government bodies, healthcare organizations, and OEMs. Founded in 1998, AEP Systems is privately held with its US headquarters in Boston, MA and offices in Palo Alto, Europe and Asia-Pacific.
Bull (www.bull.com) is an international group that specialises in designing, developing and implementing secure IT infrastructures. Bull is dedicated to helping customers transform their processes and infrastructures in order to take full advantage of information technology to drive their market growth. Bull provides a complete offer that includes not only IT services, from consulting to systems integration and outsourcing, but also the design and development of infrastructure solutions, with particular emphasis on severs, storage and secure management software.
Bull has gained strong recognition in the major business areas, including the public sector, finance, manufacturing and telecommunications.
Cryptomathic (www.cryptomathic.co.uk) is one of the world's largest providers of eSecurity. Cryptomathic assists customers in securing their business by providing best-of-breed eSecurity software products and services as well as consultancy and education. Customers are being served through the head office in Denmark and subsidiaries in Belgium, Italy, England and Germany. Cryptomathic achieved international recognition for being the cutting edge of technological development when selected Technology Pioneer 2003 by the World Economic Forum.
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