Austin, Texas-based Mirage Networks, a developer of network access control devices, announced Tuesday that a Texas public school district, the Round Rock Independent School District, has expanded its deployment of Mirage NAC technology by adding 10 new appliances and a Mirage Management Server. Size of the deal was not disclosed. Mirage Networks develops network access control (NAC) devices, which are used to control security on enterprise and other networks. The firm has received venture funding from Adams Capital Management, CenterPoint Ventures, Rembrandt Venture Partners, StarTech Early Ventures and Trinity Ventures.
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Mirage Networks Adds To Texas School Deployment