Scalable SSL inspection appliances
Posted on 15 February 2011.

Netronome announced the addition of three new products to their line of SSL Inspector appliances. The new products include fixed-configuration 1U appliances as well as modular 1U and 2U platforms.


A large percentage of network traffic is consumed by business, SaaS, social media and peer-to-peer applications that default to SSL encryption. These encrypted sessions bypass the security coverage provided by the vast majority of intrusion detection systems, firewalls, data loss prevention systems and other cyber security applications.

Netronome SSL Inspector appliances solve this problem by actively searching for SSL traffic, guaranteeing that all encrypted communications are detected and optionally inspected while maintaining up to 10 Gbps of network throughput.

The expanded product line of SSL Inspector appliances feature:
    Interface flexibility: The platforms offer the highest number of 10/100, 1 GigE, and 10 GigE interfaces available in 1U and 2U systems.
  • Multi-segment support: Each platform supports multiple network segments, providing SSL inspection for the largest number of networks available in a 1U or 2U platform.
  • Price and performance options: The product line includes fixed configuration 1U appliances and modular 1U and 2U platforms that can create the ideal combination of price, performance and port counts, enabling deployment in every network location from the branch office, enterprise WAN, data center and backbone.
  • Powerful hardware acceleration: The SSL Inspector appliances are powered by Netronome NFP-3240 network flow processors. The hardware acceleration and bulk cryptography engines provide stateful and context-aware inspection of all communications at line-rate with sub-50uS latency.





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