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Paragon II release 4.8.3 with SIPRNet - Now Available

Posted on February 1, 2013 by Paula Alves  |  Comment (0)

Paragon II release 4.8.3 with SIPRNET (Secret Internet Protocol Router Network) support provides secure, remote access and control of multiple SIPRNet systems.   With this new release, Raritan’s Paragon II meets the DoD Chief Information Officer, October 14, 2011 memo “DoD SIPRNet Public Key Infrastructure Cryptographic Logon and Public Key Enablement of SIPRNet Applications and Web Servers” which mandates the use of SIPRNet tokens to access classified systems.

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Paragon II offers:

  • Secure, high speed, out-of-band, BIOS-level remote access and control to multiple classified systems
  • Reduced overall rack footprint and reduced cost
  • Non-blocked access for up to 64 simultaneous users controlling more than 10,000 servers
  • Consolidated view of all Paragon connected devices
  • A proven solution that passed all tests for SIPRNet tokens on DoD classified networks.

To read more about Raritan’s support for SIPRNET, please  go to  http://www.raritan.com/resources/application-briefs/.

The upgrade is free for customers.  It is recommended that all customers upgrade to this new release.

Release 4.8.3 firmware and documentation can be accessed at Raritan’s Paragon II support page:  http://www.raritan.com/support/Paragon-II/.


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