The NX 10000 platform features Multi-Vector Virtual Execution and offers multi-gigabit performance.
September 27, 2013
Security developer FireEye Inc. has released its NX 10000, a high-performance threat prevention platform. The solution is designed to enable multi-gigabit advanced threat protection for the latest networks.
The FireEye NX 10000 features the FireEye Multi-Vector Virtual Execution (MVX) engine to deliver a threat prevention platform with multi-gigabit performance. It is a turnkey platform that can be deployed at Internet egress points to block Web exploits and multi-protocol callbacks with negligible false positives.
The NX 10000 is designed to provide SMBs with a “a 50 percent reduction in appliance size,” according to a FireEye press release submitted to ChannelPro-SMB, “and a 20 percent reduction in power consumption.”
“With the FireEye NX 10000, organizations can scale threat protection and benefit from operational efficiencies gained from consolidation resulting in lower cost of ownership,” says Manish Gupta, FireEye’s senior vice president of products. “Unlike other security vendors, a key part of the FireEye philosophy is that all traffic must be inspected—not just a portion. This new product helps to better scale that vision, providing quadruple the capacity to detect attacks coming from the Web in a single platform.”