ÖRNSKÖLDSVIK. 2015-01-28, by Nikolas Georgii
Latest addition to the Clavister Wolf Series products complements Clavister W3 and Clavister W5 providing best in class security at an optimized price-to-performance ratio
Clavister (Nasdaq: CLAV), a leader in next-generation high-performance network security, today announced the launch of its new Clavister W20 firewall appliance.
The new product is the cost-efficient, entry-level appliance in the Clavister Wolf Series, a set of next-generation firewalls designed for enterprises and data centers requiring high performance, excellent scalability and robust functionality.
The new Clavister W20 delivers optimal performance at the best possible price-to-performance ratio. It is the premium network security choice for remote and branch offices or as an entry-level enterprise security gateway.
Key features of the W20 include:
John Vestberg, CTO of Clavister said: “Clavister is constantly striving to bring out innovative network security features and products to the market which offer users award-winning functionality and the ultimate choice in selecting the right network security solution for their needs. The W20 is a cost-effective firewall solution that provides users with high performance and great value for money. As an entry-level platform it complements and builds upon the W3 and W5 and it is ideal for businesses with larger branch offices and small regional offices. Its release further demonstrates our dedication to providing the best quality of security to all sectors of the market.”
The expanded W20 range further enhances the Clavister product portfolio. Clavister’s solutions now range from the Clavister E5, an entry-level next-generation firewall (NGFW) in a desktop-sized package, to the Virtual Series Gateways that enable the highest levels of throughput, offering six nines (99.9999%) availability for carrier-grade security in the most demanding network environments.
Clavister recently introduced a range of security solutions for mobile network operators to secure 4G and LTE networks, enabling mobile network operators to secure their networks against cyberattacks and data interception. It is also developing low-footprint, embedded security technology to help secure IP-connected smart devices.