My understanding is that the company is going to be making some sort of announcement that touches on PPTP, their service offering involving PPTP, and the general issue of its security vulnerabilities.
It sounds like they're taking the Marlinspike presentation quite seriously, and want to be leading on the issue rather than hiding from it and pretending it's not happening... which is what all the other me-too providers seem to do. I mean, the iPredator guys have pimped that PPTP-only based system for years as God's gift to security. Which is just sad. And false.
Anyhow, I'll be waiting to see what happens next...