Cyberoam unveils NG Series appliances
Dec 13, 2012 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
Cyberoam, a provider of network security appliances, has unveiled the NG Series appliances for future-ready security in IT networks.
The Cyberoam NG series appliances come with hardware, along with software to match, offering up to five times the industry average throughputs for SOHO/SMBs. The NG Series enables SOHO/SMBs networks to become future-ready as they move towards gigabit network infrastructure and high internet speeds, the company said.
NG Series appliances come pre-loaded with CyberoamOS. The new firmware integrates with the hardware for network and crypto acceleration to deliver high performance. The CyberoamOS also extracts full performance from a multi-core platform, along with offering minimum latency and improved processing speed with use of optimized Interrupt rates and FastPath technology.
The NG series appliances come with a hardware consisting of Gigahertz processors for nano second security processing along with Gigabit ethernet ports and high port density. The design and components used in the NG series support high speed I/O throughputs for better performance as well as protect against tough environment conditions, including power surge and fluctuations, the company added.
Abhilash Sonwane, Senior VP Product Management, Cyberoam, says "Today, SOHO/SMBs are unable to fully migrate to gigabit-ready network infrastructure because of lack of security solutions with gigabit performance in this segment. To cope up, they either have to compromise on security or need to expand their security budgets to buy enterprise-level security. Cyberoam NG series for SOHO /SMB meets these needs by offering the best-in-class firewall and U throughputs along with Gigabit ports. In fact, the entry-level appliance in the NG series comes with Gigabit firewall throughput."
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