Arxceo Technology to Secure Law and Military Gunshot Location Sensors

Arxceo announces first OEM license for anomaly-based network intrusion prevention

Arxceo Corporation develops Plug and Protect(TM) network intrusion prevention technologies that assist firewalls by improving their security and performance along with providing omni-directional protection for network security. Arxceo's Tag-UR-IT technology fortifies the network protocol stacks of devices it protects while adding anti-reconnaissance, anti-address spoofing and anti-DoS protection even against zero-day exploits. Arxceo provides the Ally IP 1000 for protection of large-scale networks and the Ally IP 100(TM), the first sub-$1000 intrusion prevention solution, for small and mid-sized businesses. For more information, visit

ShotSpotter, Inc., the leading developer of gunshot location systems and technology, is based in Mountain View, CA. ShotSpotter's flagship product, which detects gunfire across large urban areas using a small number of inexpensive and easy-to-deploy sensors, currently protects the citizens of cities nationwide, from Los Angeles, CA to Charleston, SC. Its products recently assisted the FBI and the Franklin County Sheriff's Office in identifying and capturing the Columbus, Ohio highway sniper suspect. In 2000, ShotSpotter was honored for its technology vision and leadership when it won the Computerworld Smithsonian Laureate Award, having been nominated by William H. Gates, chairman and chief software architect of Microsoft Corporation, and the Smithsonian added its technology to the museum's permanent collection. With technology covered by a US Patent, and with other patents pending, the company also offers products to the homeland security and military markets. ShotSpotter technology has produced arrests and weapons confiscations nationwide and has helped reduce gunfire and crime rates in cities that deploy it. The company is online at