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SONICWALL: LARGEST PLATFORM EVOLUTION IN COMPANY HISTORY’ UNIFIES CLOUD, VIRTUAL & HARDWARE PORTFOLIO

November 15, 2021

SONICWALL

SONICWALL: LARGEST PLATFORM EVOLUTION IN COMPANY HISTORY’ UNIFIES CLOUD, VIRTUAL & HARDWARE PORTFOLIO

New NSsp, NSa firewalls quadruple threat prevention performance designed for distributed enterprises, governments and MSSPs

SonicWall has announced the latest additions of its Generation 7 cybersecurity evolution, the largest in the company’s 30-year history. Driven by this innovation, SonicWall unifies cloud, virtual and hardware offerings across a single and fully integrated cloud-powered platform.

SonicWall’s achievement is marked by the introduction of three new high-performance firewall models — NSa 5700, NSsp 10700 and NSsp 11700 — designed to protect the largest and most complex enterprises, government agencies and MSSPs from advanced cyberattacks, including ransomware and never-before-seen malware, without sacrificing network performance.

SonicWall Capture Labs recorded a 148% increase in global ransomware attacks through the third quarter of 2021. The company’s advanced collection of 17 virtual and physical firewall offerings on the Generation 7 platform ensure that organizations of any size — in any industry — are all able to implement SonicWall’s Boundless Cybersecurity model.

SonicWall’s entire line of TZ, NSa, NSsp and NSv (virtual) firewalls can be quickly managed by the cloud-native Network Security Manager (NSM), which gives distributed enterprises a single, easy-to-use cloud interface for streamlined management, analytics and reporting.

The new SonicWall NSsp 10700 and NSsp 11700 firewalls are designed to protect enterprise-class networks — as well as provide more powerful options for MSSPs — by delivering up to four times the threat protection of previous-generation SonicWall offerings. This includes high marks for firewall throughout (42 Gbps for the 10700, 47 Gbps for the 11700), threat throughput (27, 35 Gbps), IPS (28, 37 Gbps) and VPN performance (23, 27 Gbps). The NSsp 10700 and NSsp 11700 both offer 100G, 25G and 10G connectivity, delivering multi-gigabit threat protection for large environments. NSsp 15700 gives up to 105 Gbps of firewall throughput.


Similar to the new NSsp offerings, the new NSa 5700 accelerates secure network performance with new standards in firewall throughput (28 Gbps) and threat prevention throughput (15 Gbps) — more than four times the previous comparable SonicWall appliances. This improvement is complemented by similar increases in IPS (17 Gbps) and VPN (15 Gbps) speeds.

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