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Interface Masters Technologies is a US-based OEM located in the heart of Silicon Valley in San Jose, California. We guarantee to get to production in the shortest timeframe, with lowest loaded cost compared to Far East manufacturing. We provide the highest quality, reliability, and flexibility for your products. With 21 years of experience, we are confident that you will find a better solution with our off-the-shelf appliances that we can tailor to your requirement, or develop from the ground-up for your next project.
Interface Masters Technologies expands its Cavium-based product line. Our networking appliances support ARM and MIPS architecture based on advanced Cavium processors – Octeon III and ThunderX. Interface Masters provides support for the Cavium SDK onRead More
It’s no wonder corporate networks remain just as—if not, more—vulnerable to failure and compromise than ever before. Seventy-eight percent of initial breaches into corporate networks were described as “relatively easy,” according to data from a recently conducted Verizon study.Read More
A huge finger is currently being shaken at IT, as a new study by Corero Network Security reveals that the majority of teams are not taking proper care of their networks. According to the study’sRead More
It seems no one is immune to a cyber-attack these days. From the recent cyber warfare waged against three major U.S. data providers—Dun & Bradstreet Corp, Altegrity Inc’s Kroll Background America Inc and Reed Elsevier’s LexisNexis—toRead More
By: Matthew Butrimovitz, Marketing Manager Many business execs still scratch their heads when it comes to their disaster recovery (DR) or business continuity strategy – or lack thereof. However, having uncertainty as to where toRead More
By: Matthew Butrimovitz, Marketing Manager The network monitoring space has been booming as of late. For instance, the real-time network monitoring market is slated to reach an impressive $670 million this year, according to Infiniti ResearchRead More