A part of Nevales’ lineup of cloud security gateways, Aquamarine will redefine the performance and power consumption criteria for a modern distributed enterprise.
Officials said that the high-performance, cost-effective plug-and-play ready security gateway is powered by Ingenic's JZ4780, a highly integrated dual core MIPS-based SoC. It is much smaller than the usual smartphone but delivers matchless performance.
The device is built on the MIPS architecture from Imagination Technologies (News - Alert) and its energy efficiency has improved as compared to Nevales' previous generation products, which consumed around 140mW per GHz under full load.
"Nevales is an innovative company and its new Aquamarine is a compelling cloud-based solution that showcases the efficiency and performance benefits of Imagination's MIPS architecture. We are pleased to be working closely with Nevales on this and future generations of its innovative security gateway appliances to help them achieve even better levels of energy efficiency," said Amit Rohatgi, Vice President, Strategic Marketing, Imagination Technologies, in a press statement.
Aquamarine boasts of futuristic form factor, smart design and other key security features like firewall, VPN, content filtering, authentication, access and policy control. All these make the device one-of-a-kind in the security and connectivity domain.
The on premise Cloud Security Gateway (News - Alert) + Cloud service of Nevales is a unique platform for the carriers to provide a fully managed solution to their customers, as they always look for ways to increase topline revenues, raise ARPU, and decrease churn without incurring any substantial capital expenditures.
Kaushik Thakkar, Co-Founder and CEO at Nevales Networks said, "We are very excited to launch Aquamarine, our revolutionary new security gateway, at this year's event. Our focus at Nevales is to develop superior solutions to address the real threats and needs of businesses today and Aquamarine delivers an unprecedented level of connectivity and network security that until today, just hasn't been available and timing couldn't have been any more perfect."