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Check Point Software Technologies' acquisition of Nokia's security appliance business completed

Espoo, Finland and Mountain View, CA, USA - Nokia and Check Point Software Technologies today announced the completion of Check Point's acquisition of Nokia's security appliance business, which was initially announced on December 22, 2008. With this acquisition, Check Point assumes full ownership of the security appliance business.
The two businesses have collaborated for over a decade to deliver industry-leading enterprise security solutions, and this agreement is the natural culmination of that long-standing collaboration. For more information, please read Check Point's press release or visit the Check Point web site.
About Nokia
Nokia is the world's number one manufacturer of mobile devices by market share and a leader in the converging Internet and communications industries. We make a wide range of devices for all major consumer segments and offer Internet services that enable people to experience music, maps, media, messaging and games. We also provide comprehensive digital map information through NAVTEQ and equipment, solutions and services for communications networks through Nokia Siemens Networks. About Check Point
Software Technologies Ltd.Check Point Software Technologies Ltd., worldwide leader in securing the Internet, is the only vendor to deliver Total Security for networks, data and endpoints, unified under a single management framework. This unique approach gives Check Point customers uncompromised protection against all types of threats, reduces complexity and lowers total cost of ownership. With its dynamic Software Blade architecture, Check Point delivers secure, flexible and simple solutions that can be fully customized to meet the exact security needs of any organization or environment. Check Point customers include all Fortune 100 companies and tens of thousands of businesses and organizations of all sizes. Check Point's award-winning ZoneAlarm solutions protect millions of consumers from hackers, spyware and identity theft.

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