Cox rides Openwave to slam spam

Wed, 04/14/2004 - 8:00pm
Jeff Baumgartner

Openwave Systems said Cox Communications has agreed to add the vendor's anti-virus platform to the operator's e-mail platform. Cox already uses Openwave's "Mx" e-mail system.

Openwave's anti-virus platform incorporates the Network Associates McAfee Virus Scanning engine, which filters unwanted e-mail from passing through server connections. Openwave's system also provides protection at the network edge and at the end-user level.

"Large-scale networks like Cox's need a solution like Email Mx that ensures the network is always running at peak performance so end users can count on receiving virus-free, healthy email," said Openwave General Manager of Messaging Applications Rich Wong, in a release.


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