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Fortinet releases security appliances for enterprises

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Fortinet, a company dealing in network security has launched a range of new network security appliances, enabling mid-sized enterprises to manage the growing complexity of their IT infrastructure, and secure their vital assets.

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The company has rolled out a combination of consolidated command and control technologies, as well as solutions to help protect messaging environments, provide remote access authentication, and optimize web content caching.

The launched appliances include-

1.) FortiManager-400C, a centralized management appliance providing features like device discovery, group management, auditing facilities, and the ability to manage complex mesh and star VPN enviorments.

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2.) FortiAnalyzer-400C, an appliance which securely aggregates, analyzes and reports on log data gathered from Fortinet devices, and other syslog-compatible devices.

3.) FortiMail-400C, designed to provide rigorous protection against rampant spam, malware, and message-borne threats to maintain business continuity.

4.) FortAuthenticator-400C, fully equipped with RADIUS and LDAP, two-factor and certificate-based authentication schemes, and also supporting a single sign-on capability.

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5.) FortiCache-400C, a dedicated content caching appliance focused on delivering high-performance video content caching. It is specifically designed to accelerate network performance by reducing the load and latency, caused by bandwidth-intensive content such as video.

''The new products we're rolling out today address this need head on. As a result, smaller enterprises can benefit from very powerful security systems that were previously out of reach of their limited IT budgets,'' said Patrick Bedwell, VP, product marketing, Fortinet.

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