Fortinet’s New FortiWAN Product Line Optimizes and Increases Bandwidth for Secure Internet Connectivity, External Connection Stability and Reliable Data Transmission
Last April 29, 2015, Fortinet has announced the evolution of its 2013 acquisition of the AscenLink product line from Xterra with the launch of three WAN Link Load Balancers under the new FortiWAN product line. Featuring the same capabilities and proven reliability of AscenLink, enhanced with the legendary security and performance that only Fortinet can deliver, the FortiWAN 200B, 1000B and 3000B models are yet another example of the breadth of integrated end-to-end solutions that Fortinet delivers to secure organizations from endpoint to cloud, and everything in between.
Due to the rise in Software as a Service (SaaS) applications, bandwitdth-intensive content and distributed offices are now important to undergo business transactions in the modern age, where numerous companies face the pressures of increased bandwidth loads and the expensive support for higher amounts of data. Fortinet’s new line of FortiWAN appliances enables organizations to maximize their current bandwidth and also provides cost-effective aggregation and scaling for organizations that utilize or want to implement multiple ISP technologies and carriers, increasing bandwidth while reducing costs and simplifying management.
In addition to these features, Fortinet’s FotiWAN line will include three new appliances:
- FortiWAN 200B – up to 200 Mbps throughput, 5x GbE ports
- FortiWAN 1000B – up to 1 Gbps throughput, 3x GbE and 4x GbE SFP ports
- FortiWAN 3000B – up to 3 Gbps throughput, 8x GbE, 8x GbE SFP and 8x 10GbE SFP+ ports
Fortinet is constantly developing innovative solutions to help organizations get the most out of their network architectures with high-performance, secure and feature-rich solutions. The launch of our FortiWAN product line demonstrates our commitment to our existing AscenLink customers and our vision to engineer the very best solutions on the planet.
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