STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN. 2015-08-11, by Nikolas Georgii
Regus a leading operator of business centres uses Clavister’s physical and virtual next-generation firewalls to secure thousands of sites globally: order has initial value of 1.9MEUR
THIS PR IS THE ENGLISH VERSION OF THE SWEDISH PR ISSUED AUG. 3RD
Clavister (Nasdaq: CLAV), a leader in high-performance network security, has signed a 3-year license and support agreement worth 1,9 MEUR with Regus, the global workspace provider, to secure Internet connectivity on-demand to its clients.
Regus has been using Clavister’s technology, for firewalling, network segregation and traffic management since 2009, covering its network of 3,000 business centres in more than 100 countries. The Clavister solutions support global VPN communications to Regus’ data centres and enable secure remote access to its internal applications and servers.
Jim Carlsson, CEO of Clavister, said: “The scale of this project is a testament to the rich functionality and scalability of our next-generation security solutions, and their flexibility in delivering complete security to a broad spectrum of sectors and businesses. This deployment ensures that Regus can protect its global networks, and to provide a range of value-added security services to its millions of customers.”
Clavister is a leading security provider for fixed, mobile and virtual network environments. Its award-winning solutions give enterprises, local and federal governments, cloud service providers and telecoms operators the highest levels of protection against current and new threats, and unmatched reliability. The company was founded in Sweden in 1997, with its solutions available globally through its network of channel partners.
Clavister is a member of Intel’s Network Builders program a cross-industry initiative that enables telcos to build and manage business-critical infrastructures, with lower capital and operating costs. Clavister is traded at NASDAQ OMX Stockholm and has more than 5400 shareholders. Remium is the companies Certified Advisor.
Regus is the global workplace provider.
Its network of more than 3,000 business centres in 120 countries provides convenient, high-quality, fully serviced spaces for people to work, whether for a few minutes or a few years. Companies like Google, Toshiba and GlaxoSmithKline choose Regus so that they can work flexibly and make their businesses more successful.
The key to flexible working is convenience and so Regus is opening wherever its 1.5million members want support – city centres, suburban districts, shopping centres and retail outlets, railway stations, motorway service stations and even community centres.
Founded in Brussels, Belgium in 1989, Regus is based in Luxembourg and listed on the London Stock Exchange