Nokia updates security appliance OS
Nokia has unveiled the latest version of its IPSO server operating system, claiming that version 3.8 of the security-hardened platform will deliver significant performance improvements across its entire IP security portfolio.
The company said that IPSO 3.8, which is now available for existing customers to download, will increase firewall and Virtual Private Network (VPN) performance on all new and existing Nokia IP security platforms.
The latest OS provides a two-fold to six-fold increase in firewall connections-per-second performance, as well as enabling up to three times' improved VPN performance, Nokia said.
By Robert Jaques at vnunet.com
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