Network Security Appliance based on Freescale® QorIQ® T4240 So: NX-NSA 5640

Anewtech-network-security-appliance-NSA-56401U network security appliance, NX-NSA 5640 is designed for advanced Unified Threat Management (UTM) solutions with multi-Gigabit throughput. Featuring the Freescale multicore QorIQ T4240 SoC and high-speed networking and interconnect interfaces, NX-NSA 5640 addresses the escalating cyber threats fueled by rising network communication, bandwidth-hungry activities and number and complexity of Internet-based attacks.

The NX-NSA 5640 is a dedicated network security appliance based on Freescale’s QorIQ T4240 24 virtual-core communications processor integrated with Data Path Acceleration Architecture (DPAA) packet handling infrastructure. Combining up to 6GB of DDR3 memory, NX-NSA 5640 bolsters network security and network responsiveness in the face of high volume network traffic.

The escalating threats to network security have driven network security appliances to exploit highly-integrated multicore architectures. NX-NSA 5640, based on the T4240, is a high-end appliance which can act on unauthorized traffic, malicious activities, spam and malware at Gigabit throughput rate.

T4240’s twelve dual-threaded Power Architecture® e6500 cores running to 1.8GHz and over 50Gb/s of Ethernet connectivity with advanced packet handling acceleration make it a perfect fit for high-performance integrated data and control plane applications.

Designed for large-scale enterprise network, NX-NSA 5640 is packed with GbE and advance PCIe 3.0 interfaces and supports high bandwidth 10 GbE connections through modular expansion.

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