ADLINK Launches 720G Carrier-Grade Network Appliance for DPI, IDS/IPS, DDoS, NGFW

ADLINK CSA-7400, high-performance, high-density, carrier-grade network appliance for mission-critical network security applications

ADLINK’s OCCERA platform efficiently integrates network I/O, switching and computing power and the open architecture gives network security solution providers a powerful hardware platform to work with

July 11, 2017 – ADLINK Technology, a global provider of leading edge computing solutions that drive data-to-decision applications across industries, today introduced the CSA-7400 high-performance, high-throughput, and high-density 4U carrier-grade network appliance for highly available, mission-critical network security applications, including deep packet inspection (DPI), intrusion detection and prevention systems (IDS/IPS), distributed denial-of-service attack (DDoS), and Next Generation Firewall (NGFW). The CSA-7400 is intended for use in banking, enterprise, government and e-commerce markets.

The ADLINK CSA-7400 consists of four dual Intel® Xeon® processor E5 compute nodes supporting independent systems, interconnected by dual-redundant switch modules. The CSA-7400’s hot-swappable compute and switch modules ensure uninterrupted service delivery and offer total 1.2TTb/s bandwidth. This network appliance is ideally suited for building next-generation, high-performance firewalls and virtualized telecom elements to meet high availability requirements (99.9999%).

Cybersecurity Ventures, a leading researcher and publisher covering the global cyber economy, recently provided its top 15 statistics for 2017, including an estimate on potential cybercrime global damages of US$6 trillion annually by 2021. Being able to withstand unexpected attacks and network overflow will be critical to private…

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