Bay Networks has announced a joint product agreement with UUNET Technologies to provide Net services to corporate Lans in the US.
The Instant Internet Provider Packs will bundle Bay's Lan-to-Internet technology with UUNET's services and will be distributed through Bay's reseller channel.
Bay is also in the early stages of setting up a similar deal in Europe and expects to have a package available within three months. EUNET is one of the European Internet service providers being considered.
Graeme Allan, Bay UK MD, said: 'As in the US, the package will be promoted on the Internet by the service provider, but will be shipped through traditional two-tier channels.'
Bay claims the 'complete business Internet solution' will simplify the process of Net connection for businesses and cut out the need to buy separate hardware, software and services.
Skip Wangbickler, VP of channel operations at Bay, said the package reinforced the firm's commitment to its channel partners. 'We are offering a true turnkey Internet solution that can be ordered as a single product through distribution.'
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