Comguard unveils firewall for harsh climates
Dubai, April 4, 2013
Dubai-based Comguard, a leading value added distributor for IT products and part of the Spectrum group, has launched the Clavister X8, the world’s most rugged and powerful firewall, which can withstand harsh industrial environments.
Clavister X8 is targeted for installations where standard security products cannot function reliably and delivers outstanding performance, offering unified security management between office and industry environments, a statement from Comguard said.
With its industrial rugged design, the durable Clavister X8 is perfect for tough environments, such as remote industrial locations, offshore installations and other demanding environments like deserts where high-end security is required.
Its fey features include fast, powerful firewall-like IPsec/SSL VPN tunnels, application control, advanced routing and firewall performance upto 1 Gbps. It also supports Clavister Security Subscription, which includes Clavister product and support services, the statement said.
The firewall comes with industry standard connectivity, such as DIN rail mounts, making it easy to fit in industrial environments.
Mohammad Mobasseri, senior vice president, Comguard, said: "Clavister X8 is the only and the most rugged firewall in the world which offers is a perfect protection for demanding applications in most demanding environments. It is the only security solution for rugged conditions and can work seamlessly in difficult terrains like deserts, mountains, or oil and gas installations at remote locations.”
“Clavister opens up new avenues for our channel partners to offer a state-of-the-art product for tough conditions. It is the only product of its kind and with Clavister X8 large enterprises can now easily secure their work environments in the most difficult conditions without worrying about protection and focus their energies on productivity.”
Comguard is authorised to sell Clavister X8 across the Middle East region including UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, Jordan, and Kuwait. – TradeArabia News Service
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