SonicWALL unveils new network security appliances
Dubai, January 21, 2009
SonicWALL has launched the SonicWALL Aventail E-Class Secure Remote Access (SRA), which delivers secure, easy-to-manage remote access control for the mobile enterprise.
The Aventail E-Class SRA is built on the powerful SonicWALL Aventail SSL VPN platform, enabling it to provide access control by detecting the security of the end point, protecting applications and connecting authorised employees and business partners for up to 2,000 concurrent users from a single appliance.
“Our newest addition to the SonicWALL Aventail line provides mid-sized and enterprise level companies with a security solution that is highly scalable, easy to deploy and the appliance they need to allow their workforce to work where they want, when they want,” said Chris Witeck, director of product management at SonicWALL.
As businesses increasingly look to provide their employees with the flexibility to work from home, on the move or in the office, they must carefully consider the implications of managing an increasingly distributed network.
With users logging on from multiple locations, IT managers need to equip themselves with network security solutions that can monitor, grant and deny network access, in addition to protect from threats of all origins.
“Since its acquisition of Aventail a year ago, SonicWALL has strived to push itself to deliver strong offerings for the enterprise market. The SonicWALL Aventail SRA appliance clearly continues the Aventail heritage of enterprise-class SSL VPN solutions,” said Shahnawaz Sheikh, SonicWALL’s regional sales manager for MEA.
“The Aventail E-Class SRA provides maximum IT control, reducing administration costs and increasing worker productivity.”-TradeArabia News Service
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