NEXCOM Builds Switch Function onto Network Security Appliance
Network Security Appliance with built-in switch allows more connected devices without additional hardware.
Fremont, CA (PRWEB) July 15, 2014
NEXCOM has released the network security appliance DNA 125B to address the unmet needs for network connection and security of small office/home office (SOHO) and small and medium businesses (SMB). Based on Intel® Atom™ processor E3815, the DNA 125B is a unique network security appliance built with switch function and Wi-Fi expansion support. The DNA 125B is ideal for use in antivirus, unified threat management (UTM), virtual private network (VPN), firewall, and Wi-Fi management solutions, ensuring a secure network for small businesses.
The DNA 125B features two LAN ports and eight Ethernet switch ports. Furthermore, the DNA 125B boasts the most ports in NEXCOM’s DNA series and is the first DNA model built with switch function. The new feature allows the DNA 125B to connect more devices to a network without additional switch hardware, helping small businesses reduce capital expenditure and simplify network management.
As the prevalence of mobile devices in the workplace grows, the DNA 125B also supports Wi-Fi network communication. The DNA 125B can build up Wi-Fi connectivity through mini-PCIe expansion to connect mobile devices; the DNA 125B can also be used as a Wi-Fi controller, managing and guarding Wi-Fi access points against security threats.
About NEXCOM: Founded in Taiwan in 1992, NEXCOM’s mission is to be an innovative supplier in vertical application markets. NEXCOM gains a stronghold in vertical markets with its industry leading products across five business units, including industrial computers, in-vehicle computers, multimedia, network and communication, and intelligent digital security. NEXCOM serves its customers worldwide through its subsidiaries in seven major industrial countries.
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