Check Point extends security virtualization appliances line

Check Point announced a new line of Check Point appliances, VSX-1, providing businesses dedicated devices for multi-layer, multi-domain virtualized security. VSX-1 allows enterprises, data centers and service providers to consolidate up to 150 security gateways with firewall, IPsec and SSL virtual private network (VPN), intrusion prevention, VoIP security and URL filtering on a single device.

Check Point VSX-1 appliance line comes in three models. The VSX-1 3070 allows up to 10 virtual security gateways and features 4.5 Gbps firewall throughput and 1.1 Gbps VPN throughput. The VSX-1 9070 supports up to 150 security gateways and features 13.5 Gbps firewall throughput and 3.5 Gbps VPN throughput.

Similarly, the VSX-1 9090 also supports up to 150 firewalls; however, it features 27 Gbps throughput and 7 Gbps VPN throughput. Each virtual gateway within a VSX-1 appliance provides the same industry-leading protection as physical Check Point security gateways and integrates fully into Check Point’s central management console.

Check Point VSX-1 features and benefits include:

  • Fully virtualized network environment with best-in-class firewall, VPN, intrusion prevention and URL filtering technology
  • Consolidation from 5 to 150 security gateways on a single, dedicated appliance conserves power, space and cooling while increasing scalability
  • Central management allows virtual gateways to be managed on same platform as physical security gateways
  • ClusterXL and SecureXL technologies ensure high-performance levels, seamless failover and resilient multi-gigabit throughput.



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