point product

point product

A product that provides a solution to a single problem rather than addressing all the requirements that might otherwise be met with a multipurpose or multiservice product. For example, as telecommunications carriers combine more services, point products that each support one protocol have given way to multiservice products that support several protocols in one device.
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NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-15 December 2004-NOTE AB acquires Finnish contract manufacturer Point Product Oy(C)1994-2004 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The integrated solution model, hardly stirring in the year 2000, was a complete departure from the point product model that both Breece Hill and Maxoptix had historically espoused.
Given the distribution of server technology, the demands of increased traffic on networks and the absence of accurate reporting on messaging traffic, the point product approach is too difficult to manage and deploy to deliver the methodology required to ensure both Enterprise-wide content security, and maximum performance of resources.
Perhaps the first issue to addressed is the difference, any, between the sale of a storage point product and a storage solution.
Most importantly, an integrated security approach eases cost conscious businesses, by offering the most effective security posture at the optimal cost-benefit ratio, as compared to multiple point product security implementations.
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Tenders are invited for Annual Contract for the purchase of Check Point products and services as needed and requested by the Iowa Communications Netwok.
The Stoney Point products are well known and respected for their quality and versatility.
The Treestand Quiver Holder from High Point Products keeps your arrows in easy reach by mounting on any flat surface on your treestand.