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Sep222013

Analysis Of The Global Enterprise Firewall Market








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Global Enterprise Network Firewall Market

The firewall is the oldest network security technology and operates on the simple basis of blocking network traffic from unapproved sources. However, market growth slowed considerably due to stagnant technology and high market saturation. In 2007, entrepreneurial vendors developed new firewall technologies that could better address modern network threats and protect businesses. These advanced firewalls were named next-generation firewalls (NGFW), and by 2011, the majority of firewall vendors offered similar technologies in their products. NGFWs enable customers to control network traffic based on contextual data such as application and user identity while also actively blocking threats. Enterprise firewalls may now include a full range of additional security functionality beyond NGFW and often include advanced networking features. Frost & Sullivan has identified the following major market trends: The traditional firewall remains a fundamental security capability but is ineffective against more sophisticated network attacks.
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Fortinet Recognized for Enterprise Firewall Market Penetration






One of the key factors contributing to this market growth is the rising network security threats. The Global Enterprise Network Firewall market has also been witnessing the increasing demand for SaaS-based security solutions. However, the adverse impact on network performance could pose a challenge to the growth of this market. TechNavio's report, the Global Enterprise Network Firewall Market 2012-2016, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the Americas, and the EMEA and APAC region; it also covers the Global Enterprise Network Firewall market landscape and its growth prospects in the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.
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Fortinet's trademarks include, but are not limited to, the following: Fortinet, FortiGate, FortiGuard, FortiManager, FortiMail, FortiClient, FortiCare, FortiAnalyzer, FortiReporter, FortiOS, FortiASIC, FortiWiFi, FortiSwitch, FortiVoIP, FortiBIOS, FortiLog, FortiResponse, FortiCarrier, FortiScan, FortiAP, FortiDB, FortiVoice and FortiWeb. Other trademarks belong to their respective owners. Fortinet has not independently verified statements or certifications herein attributed to third parties, and Fortinet does not independently endorse such statements. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, nothing herein constitutes a warranty, guarantee, binding specification or other binding commitment by Fortinet, and performance and other specification information herein may be unique to certain environments. This news release may contain forward-looking statements that involve uncertainties and assumptions. Changes of circumstances, product release delays, or other risks as stated in our filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, located at www.sec.gov , may cause results to differ materially from those expressed or implied in this press release. If the uncertainties materialize or the assumptions prove incorrect, results may differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements and assumptions. All statements other than statements of historical fact are statements that could be deemed forward-looking statements.
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Sep192013

Voip Provider Sipgate Will Close On Oct. 31









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31. The shutdown comes just four years after sipgate launched its free VoIP service in the U.S., offering users free phone numbers, free voicemail and a host of other features. Unlike Skype and other VoIP solutions, sipgate is not a stand-alone client. The service borrows part of its name from the acronym SIP, which stands for session initiation protocol a protocol that handles VoIP sessions online. In order to make and receive calls through sipgate, users must download a SIP voice client and manually enter sipgates server information, as well as their own username and password. This presents more of a learning curve than competing VoIP offerings on the market. The company covered its free products by selling VoIP services to businesses, bundling packages of three, five and ten user accounts for a monthly fee. It seems reasonable to believe that, if sipgate had been doing well selling VoIP to businesses, it could have simply cut out its free products and concentrated solely on its premium services.
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Voip-Pal.com Inc. Proposes Mobile Gateway Technology to Eliminate Roaming Charges






Companies like Vodafone( News - Alert ), Orange and O2 owner Telefonica are worried about the revenues they will lose if roaming charges are stopped. They are advising the EU against any such measures. Therefore, Mobile Gateway technology can come in handy. Mobile Gateway makes use Cisco routers UK of a phones current network and then uses local reserved phone numbers from wherever the call originates. This allows the user to make a long distance call at the rate of a local call. In its effort help people understand more about its Mobile Gateway technology, Voip-Pal.com Inc will soon publish a white paper. Dr. Thomas Sawyer, chairman and CEO of Voip-Pal said, Anyone who has travelled to the European Union, Africa, or Asia has experienced the frustration of choosing between very expensive hotel telephone rates or paying exorbitant roaming charges. Neither is a desirable choice. I have paid almost US$1 per minute for roaming charges. While the European Union is attempting to pass legislation to abolish roaming charges in the future, VoIP-Pal currently has the technology to negate roaming charges for all customers. The company also offers pay as-you-go international calling services.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.tmcnet.com/channels/voip-switch/articles/353356-voip-palcom-inc-proposes-mobile-gateway-technology-eliminate.htm




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Sep162013

Stonesoft Receives Enterprise Firewall Certification From Icsa Labs








Global Enterprise Network Firewall Market 2012-2016






About Stonesoft Corporation Stonesoft Corporation (NASDAQ OMX: SFT1V) delivers software based, dynamic, customer-driven cyber security solutions that secure information flow and simplify security management. Stonesoft serves private and public sector organizations that require high availability, ease-of-management, compliance, dynamic security, protection of critical digital assets, and business continuity against today's rapidly evolving cyber threats. Stonesoft leads research into advanced cyber threats and the advanced evasion techniques (AETs) used in stealth, targeted cyber attacks. The company's product portfolio is based on one unified Security Engine software platform that is the power behind Stonesoft's next generation firewalls, intrusion and evasion prevention systems, and SSL VPN solutions. The Security Engine back-end is augmented by the Stonesoft Management Center front-end, which enables efficient management of entire networks and brings excellent situational awareness and operational cost savings. Stonesoft's customer base covers more than 6,500 mid and large-sized organizations across various industries and geographical markets. Stonesoft has the highest customer retention rate in the industry due to low TCO, a flexible licensing model, and overall customer service excellence. Founded in 1990, the company's track record is well recognized and visionary by certifiers, industry analysts and demanding customers. Stonesoft is headquartered in Helsinki, Finland.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/06/18/idUSnHUGd8s8+70+ONE20130618







Stonesoft Receives Enterprise Firewall Certification From ICSA Labs






Fortinet's flagship FortiGate product delivers ASIC-accelerated performance and integrates multiple layers of security designed to help protect against application and network threats. Fortinet's broad product line goes beyond UTM to help secure the extended enterprise -- from endpoints, to the perimeter and the core, including databases and applications. Fortinet is headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., with offices around the world. Copyright 2013 Fortinet, Inc. All rights reserved. The symbols and denote respectively federally registered trademarks and unregistered trademarks of Fortinet, Inc., its subsidiaries and affiliates. Fortinet's trademarks include, but are not limited to, the following: Fortinet, FortiGate, FortiGuard, FortiManager, FortiMail, FortiClient, FortiCare, FortiAnalyzer, FortiReporter, FortiOS, FortiASIC, FortiWiFi, FortiSwitch, FortiVoIP, FortiBIOS, FortiLog, FortiResponse, FortiCarrier, FortiScan, FortiAP, FortiDB, FortiVoice and FortiWeb.
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The new 4.1x version of the ICSA Labs criteria accommodates the evolution and reflects the different functional requirements in todays multi-segmented firewall market. Stonesoft has been blog an active participant in ICSA Labs certification programs for over a decade, said Brian Monkman, technology programs manager, ICSA Labs. ICSA Labs applauds their continued efforts on improving the security of their firewalls and their recent network firewall enterprise certification. The new Enterprise Level Network Firewall Certification category is ICSA Labs most demanding category and only a few security vendors have passed the latest set of test criteria. In order to be granted the Enterprise Level Network Firewall Certification a product must meet all the requirements of the standard corporate category module, but in addition the new High Availability (HA), Voice over IP (VoiP) and IPv6 requirements. Moreover, NTP or SNTP is a necessary requirement in this category. THE ICSA certification proves the excellence of our Stonesoft Security Engine both in the IPS and next generation firewall roles, said Antti Kuvaja, Director, Product Management at Stonesoft. I am proud we have been able to maintain our position among just a handful of vendors who have been able to pass ICSA Labs demanding test criteria. The latest certification manifests our commitment to continuous development of our products to provide our customers the best possible protection against the latest threats and vulnerabilities. Stonesoft received the ICSA Labs Network Intrusion Prevention System Certification for its IPS products in 2007 and has been able to successfully retain the certification since then.
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Fortinet Recognized for Enterprise Firewall Market Penetration






The report covers the Americas, and the EMEA and APAC region; it also covers the Global Enterprise Network Firewall market landscape and its growth prospects in the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market. Key vendors dominating this space include Check Point Software Technologies Ltd., Cisco Systems Inc., Fortinet Inc., Juniper Networks Inc., and Palo Alto Networks Inc. Other vendors mentioned in the report are Barracuda Networks Inc., Hewlett-Packard Co., Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., Dell SonicWALL, McAfee Inc., Meraki Inc., Stonesoft Corp., and WatchGuard Technologies Inc. Key questions answered in this report: What will the market size be in 2016 and what will be the growth rate? What are key market trends? What is driving this market? What are the challenges to market growth? Who are the key vendors in this market space? What are the market opportunities and threats faced by key vendors?
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/global-enterprise-network-firewall-market-2012-2016-322255.htm




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Sep142013

Hp Moonshot: Say Goodbye To The Vanilla Server











Current enterprise data centers arent prepared for the onslaught of devices coming their way. Its not as easy as adding more homogenous, virtualized servers. Theres just not enough power or space to do this with standard architectures. Its just not efficient. This is where HP Moonshot comes into play. At massive scale, the key is to deliver the most efficient service for a specific workload. HP has created an ecosystem of specialized cartridges that can use vastly different kinds of compute engines to deliver a wide range of specialized services. These compute engines are CPUs, GPUs, APUs, DSPs and FPGAs from AMD, Applied Micro, Calxeda, Intel and Texas Instruments . Datacenters can put up to 1800 servers in a single, 47U rack, which could take 10X as many racks using a standard architecture. This extreme density reduces, per a given unit of work, the datacenter size, energy consumption, complexity and cost. HP officially launched today the first ProLiant Moonshot Cartridge with the Intel Atom 1200 processor and will roll out more over the course of the year. HP wont stop with those 5 vendors, as there are many different kinds of compute solutions that provide good specialized workload performance. These are workloads like cloud gaming, visualization, HPC applications, financial services and facial recognition. Stay tuned for more partners and accelerators. To help drive and manage the growth of the ecosystem, HP has created the Pathfinder Innovation Ecosystem.
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HP, NEC join forces to develop next-generation x86 servers




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The new partnership will aim to speed up the development of HP's Project Odyssey, which it first announced in 2011. The project is an attempt to integrate x86 server blades running Windows or Linux with its Itanium-based server lineup based on Unix. NEC said the companies will specifically focus on a system that HP has been developing for years called "DragonHawk," which is supposed to be able to incorporate both types of servers into a single cabinet but has been slow to materialize. HP and NEC first began working together in 1995, offering systems built on HP's Unix-based solutions. NEC is also trying to expand its cloud offerings, competing with local rivals like Fujitsu, which is closely allied with HP rival Oracle in server hardware. NEC runs a dozen data centers across Japan, where it counts major domestic firms view publisher site and local governments among its clients. HP is trying to turn itself around as its main PC division suffers from an overall decline in the market, and its server business attempts to adjust to the rise in cloud-based services.
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Intel, HP tout newest Itanium server technology






Rory McInerney, vice president of Intel's architecture group said that future Itanium chips would be built using some of the key features found in the company's more widely used Xeon server processors. He did not say when future chips would be released. Once envisioned as a high-end processor that could become pervasive across the server industry, Itanium suffered a series of setbacks and was eventually overtaken by 64-bit chips based on Intel's x86 architecture, which is now widely used in the PC industry. Software created for x86 servers is not compatible with Itanium servers, which are mostly sold by HP. In August, a California state court judge ruled in favor of HP and against Oracle over the latter's decision to end support for servers HP makes using Itanium chips. Oracle has since said it would support Itanium servers.
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Sep112013

Hp Lures Smbs With Tweaked Servers, Switches








HP switches key executives, dashes hopes for 2014 revenue growth




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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 media can be acquired for the box for $30, but HP is not preinstalling it or offering tech support by default on this box. A bare-bones ProLiant ML110 G7 with a Xeon E3-1220 running at 3.1GHz with 2GB of memory, a Smart Array B100i RAID controller (in a slot, not on the board), a 350 watt power supply, no disks, and no management software or operating system costs $749. Stepping back to the on-board SATA controller and adding one disk reduces the price to $710. A more reasonable configuration, with a quad-core Xeon E3-1240 (3.3GHz), 4GB of memory, and an upgrade to a 460 watt power supply (with the HP Insight Control management software, but still not operating system), costs $1,455. If you want to use hot-plug disks and go with small form factor drives (why not?) and buy a configurable model, then building a proper configuration with one E-1240 processor, 16GB of memory, four 2.5-inch SATA drives at 500GB each, and HP CarePack support for three years will run you $3,027. Windows Small Business Server 2011 with five user licenses will cost another $789. Rack 'em up Generally speaking, rack servers appeal a little more to mid-sized businesses than to their smaller brethren, and HP has forged a variant of the Xeon E3 machine in a rack format called the ProLiant DL120 G7. This 1U rack-based machine has the same basic feeds and speeds, but has room for only four 3.5-inch disks or eight 2.5-inch drives.
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In June, HP moved PC division chief Todd Bradley into a new job aimed at improving its China business and distribution relationships around the world, a move many analysts deemed a demotion. The Enterprise Group is HP's largest business unit after personal computers, and is a critical component of Whitman's efforts to boost margins and profitability, while trying to minimize revenue declines. The division, which recorded a 9 percent decline in sales in the latest quarter, accounts for about a quarter of the company's overall sales. In all, the company recorded revenue of $27.2 billion in the fiscal third quarter, down from $29.7 billion a year earlier, as PC sales continued to slide amid a shift toward mobile computing, and its enterprise business grappled with tepid worldwide information technology spending. It missed the $27.3 billion in sales that Wall Street had expected, on average. Overall net income in the quarter came to $1.39 billion or 71 cents a share, compared with an $8.9 billion loss a year earlier when the company swallowed a big writedown of the IT outsourcing business it inherited when it bought Electronic Data Systems for close to $14 billion in 2008.
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HP 2530-24G Switch Review (J9773A)






Latency is about 1 microsecond, HP says. HEATING UP: Cisco memo slams HP strategy Up to four units can be logically linked together using HP's Intelligent Resilient Framework (IRF) technology, which the company positions as a method for flattening the data center network. The 5900 supports the IEEE's Data Center Bridging (DCB) standard for lossless Ethernet operations, and the Fibre Channel over Ethernet standard is a future augmentation. The 5900 also supports four 40G Ethernet uplinks. The 24-port 5920 has a switching capacity of 480Gbps and a packet forwarding rate of 357.12 million packet/sec. It, too, can be logically linked in groups of four through IRF, and also supports DCB.
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HP aims high with top-of-rack 10G Ethernet switch






There is also a button labeled LED mode that uses indicators lights to inform the ITadministrators of the device's modes and operations. Administrators can manage the switch through a console using a common RJ45-serial port or a micro-USB port for environments that have phased-out legacy connections. Starting from the middle and running down the rest of the unit, there are 24 RJ-45 ports for 10/100/1000Base-T connectivity. The 24 ports are segmented into two blocks of 12 ports (2x6). The SFP ports are located on the far right and feature easily removable inserts to keep the ports free from dust. These ports support 1GbE connectivity, for either connecting multiple switches to each other or longer-distance connections that CAT5e or CAT6 won't support.
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