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Lanner launches Intel 945GM based network security appliance
Press release, April 11; Ricky Morris, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 11 April 2007]

Lanner Electronics has announced the FW-7876, an Intel 945GM based network security appliance supporting Core 2 Duo processors. The FW-7876 allows security providers to deliver increased network system performance while simultaneously reducing heat and noise, claims the company.

Based on Intel's long-life span embedded 945GM and ICH7R chipsets, the Lanner FW-7876 supports a range of embedded processors including the Core 2 Duo, Core Duo, Core Solo, Celeron M, LV and ULV series. When coupled with the Core 2 Duo, the FW-7876 allows security vendors to make use of Intel Virtualization technology and 64-bit execution code, Lanner pointed out.

The FW-7876 features six Gigabit network ports with two pairs supporting fail-over by-pass, making it suitable for a range of network security and management applications including unified threat management, firewall, VPN, IDS, IPS, content filtering, bandwidth management, and anti-virus gateway, said the company.

The FW-7876 is available for sample evaluation with further product information is available on the Lanner website.

Features of the Lanner FW-7876

Item

Description

High network throughput

Six enterprise grade Intel 82573L Gigabit NICs with two pairs supporting port by-pass

Faster memory access

Dual-channel DDR2 SDRAM at 667MHz for faster database reads and better overall system performance

RoHS compliant

Pre-test RoHS compliant hardware solutions for Europe and China

Expansion options

PCI-X and PCI-E VPN and content inspection network accelerators

Source: Company, compiled by DigiTimes.com, April 2007

Lanner FW-7876 network security appliance

Lanner FW-7876 network security appliance
Photo: Company

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