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Fortinet releases FortiGate-3810D

Fortinet is setting a new standard for large scale enterprises and carriers with the release of the FortiGate-3810D, the first and only firewall appliance with 100GbE interfaces and 300+ Gbps throughput to meet the stringent performance and connectivity demands of next generation high-speed data centers. FortiGate-3810D

Using Fortinet’s FortiASIC Network Processor 6 technology, a solution that in the past required chassis-based systems, can now be successfully achieved in an impressive appliance form factor.  The FortiGate-3810D’s 3U appliance form factor saves space and power and includes unique features such as Virtual Domain and transparent mode, allowing networks to be segmented, without having to make major modifications to your network.

Designed for large-scale enterprise data centers, carriers, service and cloud providers, the FortiGate-3810D touts scalable NP6 ASIC architecture that delivers 10x Data Center and 5x Next Generation performance for any enterprise office. The latest FortiASIC network processors triplethe typical range of top-end appliances previously only achievable with costly chassis solutions while also eliminating traffic bottlenecks that cause latency and slow productivity. In addition, the custom ASIC architecture also enables FortiGate network security appliances to reduce power consumption and TCO.

“Enterprise organizations are continually demanding increased throughput performance and high-speed interfaces to accommodate complex, multi-platform environments that help them stay competitive,” said Jeff Wilson, principle analyst for security at Infonetics Research.

Fortinet’s FortiGate-3810D is the only security appliance capable of delivering an unprecedented 300+Gbps throughput, while also featuring 100 GbE interface ports and IPv4 to IPv6 performance parity integral in supporting next-generation fabric.


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