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November 1, 2006 at 2:34 PM

Pure Networks gets Symantec to sell its products

Seattle’s Pure Networks, which makes home networking software, has nabbed a big sales partner in Symantec. The security software company said it will sell Pure Networks’ Network Magic software to its users.

Network Magic helps people set up and maintain their home networks as well as keep them secure, according to Pure Networks.

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