Network Box releases new model M-385
Providing Medium-sized Businesses with Enterprise-class Protection and Performance
Available today, the Network Box M-385 model is the direct replacement for our highly-successful M-380 model. Using Intel® Core™2 Duo CPU technology, 2GB RAM, 4GB of industrial flash memory, and a 320GB SATA hard drive, this model leads the performance in the Network Box M series of models.
As standard, the model comes with 1x 10/100 TX and 6x 10/100/1000 TX Ethernet ports. It can be expanded with either (a) one 4x 10/100/1000 TX, or (b) one 4x Gbe SFP module; offering up to a total of 11 independent Ethernet ports to cope with the most demanding of network requirements.
The Network Box M-385 is a member of the Network Box S-M-E product range, used to protect medium-sized organisations. It is designed to be 19 inch rack mounted with the included mounting kit. The Network Box M-385 has all of the same capabilities as the rest of the Network Box range. Updates to the systems are performed in real-time using PUSH technology. Whenever a new Anti Virus signature, security patch or software update is available, it is pushed out to every Network Box around the world, in an average of less than 45 seconds.
Mark Webb-Johnson, CTO of Network Box Corporation says, ‘The M-Series of UTMs from Network Box are ideal for any type of business, especially those with mission-critical requirements like stock traders or those that protect very sensitive data, like financial institutions. We can do multiple Internet connections, high availability and load balancing — with complex routing — which makes our managed service ideal for these customers.’
Full support is provided for Network Box advanced services – such as load balancing, quality of service, and advanced policy-based routing – and the units are fully managed and monitored from the Network Box Global Management System. In addition, they can be integrated with existing clusters and networks of Network Box UTM appliances.