Cupertino, calif. — Symantec has launched the Symantec Email Security and Availability solution, the first Symantec/Veritas combined product bundle.
The new product helps customers meet internal business and external regulatory requirements for the management of corporate data stored in e-mail.
The bundle is aimed at helping Symantec and Veritas partners address some of the key concerns facing their mutual customers — keeping their information protected, accessible and recoverable.
It combines either Symantec AntiVirus or Symantec Client Security with Veritas Backup Exec for Windows or Veritas Backup Exec for Windows Small Business Server at a discount off the MSRP.
Symantec partners also have the capability to offer various user packs and product combinations in conjunction with the new bundles for a tailored, cost-effective solution.
LG says HI
Tokyo — HI Corp. announced that the company has executed a worldwide license agreement with LG Electronics Inc. for the use of HI’s 3D graphics engine MascotCapsule.
HI and LG have agreed on embedding MascotCapsule into LG handsets for the global market.
More than 50 content developers have been developing 3D content using MascotCapsule, according to HI.
LG and Nortel ink telecom deal
Brampton, Ont. — LG Electronics and Nortel signed a definitive agreement to form a joint venture that will offer telecom and networking solutions in the wireline, optical, wireless and enterprise areas for global customers.
The joint venture will be tentatively named LG-Nortel Co. Ltd.