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DCIenable Using Nortel Shasta 5000 Technology

[Ottawa, CANADA] DCIenable, through its ISP-ASP division in Montreal, will offer advanced e-commerce security solutions and related services based on Nortel's "Shasta 5000" technology.

DCIenable was the first company in Canada to actively service clients through Nortel's Shasta 5000 Broadband Service Node (BSN) technology.

The Nortel Shasta 5000 BSN is the first Broadband Service Node that allows service providers to aggregate tens of thousands of subscribers onto one platform and apply customized IP services to these subscribers.

Through this technology DCIenable will offer statefull firewall, 3DES VPN and a variety of customized traffic shaping services for hosted clients.

Norman Bourkas, DCIenable's Director of ISP-ASP services is delighted with the capability and increased capacity delivered through the Shasta 5000 technology. "Adding this product to our network infrastructure has substantially enhanced our service capability and we have received tremendous support from Nortel," said Bourkas.

Kanata-based DCIenable, a division of Dynasty Components (TSE:DCI) is an e-business solutions provider dedicated to enabling clients to use the Web to drive productivity and profitability.

The DCIenable suite of integrated e-business solutions provides clients with all the elements needed for implementing an effective e-business strategy, including: Web/Portal Development and Marketing, Integration Services, e-payment Solutions, Hosting and ASP Services, Logistics Management, and e-learning.

DCIenable delivers customized solutions and offers a seamless, one-stop shop with a single point of contact and one point of accountability. Its clients have included Nortel Networks, Bell/Nexxia, Industry Canada, Entrust Technologies, and the Prime Minister of Canada.

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