ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, September 24, 2013 – Interlink Networks, LLC today announced the release of RAD-Series Version 8.2. Telecommunications providers, ISPs, business enterprises, and universities alike have used the RAD-Series RADIUS server’s Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA) services to secure their wired and wireless networks since 1992.
This release features re-architected support for RSA SecurID two factor authentication including integration of the latest RSA SecurID agent libraries and performance improvements through multi-threading and highly parallel communications with the RSA Authentication Manager. Other new features include expanded dictionary support for flexible and configurable Vendor Specific Attribute (VSA) formats, updated Server Manager support for configuring strong ciphers, updated Chargeable-User-Identity support and extended logging facilities to multiple destinations. Please see the RAD-Series Roadmap to read more about the upcoming phases of the next generation Session Manager and other new RAD-Series features.
Please see the RAD-Series Version 8.2.0 release notes for complete details. RAD-Series Version 8.2 is available for both the Oracle Solaris and Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating systems. Customers with current maintenance contracts are entitled to Version 8.2 as a free upgrade. New licenses and evaluations can be requested by contacting sales at email@example.com.
About Interlink Networks, LLC
Interlink Networks provides highly scalable and customizable Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA) systems to secure access to wireless and wired networks. Our products verify user identities, authorize access through advanced policy implementation, block unauthorized access, and record user access to the network resources. Interlink Networks specializes in high-end, high-performance solutions to meet requirements that can’t be achieved by off-the-shelf RADIUS servers. Interlink Networks is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. For more information, call 734-821-1228 or visit http://www.interlinknetworks.com.