In addition, the new security appliances are designed to support the new 64 bit operating system and enable customers to benefit from consolidated security, simplified management and unique mobile access features.
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Check Point Software launches new appliances for Sri Lanka
31 Jul, 2012 09:07:36
July 31, 2012 (LBO) -- Check Point Software Technologies Limited, the world’s second-largest security networks maker, launched a new range of appliances to beef up security in Sri Lankan companies.
“The seven new appliances announced are optimised for Check Point's Software Blade Architecture and offer approximately three times higher performance than their predecessors,” Check Point’s Sri Lankan distributor, South Asian Technologies (Pvt.) Limited said in a statement.Check Point's new line of appliances, from the desktop 2200 model up to the 21400 model, scales up to 100 Gbps of firewall throughput and up to 2,900 SecurityPower units, the release said.
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