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Pittsford tech company goes nationwide

A Pittsford software company has opened the doors to going nationwide.

Infinite Group, Inc. (IGI) is the creator of Nodeware Vulnerability Management Solutions, a risk assessment platform that provides real-time information for small and mid-level businesses on attempted ransomware and hackers. The company has entered into an agreement with Telarus, a national network, to bring Nodeware to businesses across the United States.

“We’re excited to join the Telarus team as one of its first suppliers focused solely on cybersecurity,” said James Villa, CEO of IGI, in a statement. “Nodeware is in good company with Telarus’ elite group of suppliers and partners that represent the best of our industry. We look forward to growing our relationship with Telarus and bringing our Nodeware solution to a wider audience.”

With over 2,000 partners, Telarus is one of the largest data and telecommunication firms in the country. Their partnerships include companies such as AT&T, Comcast, CenturyLink and Earthlink.

“Telarus partners are excited to sell in the security space and the Nodeware vulnerability management system is a perfect fit,” said Patrick Oborn, Telarus co-founder. “This is an easy sell because this product needs to be in the toolbox of any telecom consultant as well as any IT manager. We are excited for partners to grow their businesses with this solution.”

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