Protection for the smallest branch, largest data center, campus and enterprise edge with 3x better security performance
Palo Alto Networks (NASDAQ: PANW), recognized as a 10- time leader in network firewalls, today announced the PA-3400 and PA-5400 Series ML-Powered Next-Generation Firewalls (NGFWs) — offering three times better security performance over the previous generations. The PA-3400 and PA-5400 Series join Palo Alto Networks other fourth-generation NGFWs to provide extraordinary protection for the data center, internet edge and campus.
“With bandwidth demands rising and attackers getting ever more sophisticated, customers’ firewall demands are constantly increasing,” said Lee Klarich, chief product officer, Palo Alto Networks. “Our fourth-generation hardware now ranges to serve all of our customers whether they are looking to protect the smallest branch or the largest data center, campus, or enterprise edge.”
The PA-3400 and PA-5400 Series NGFWs deliver faster prevention and better evasive threat detection. Compared to the previous generation, the PA-5400 Series has seven times content inspection per core and up to 38 high-performance cores. The PA-3400 Series has close to four times content inspection per core and up to 19 high-performance cores.
With up to a 50% reduction in rack space usage and increased energy efficiency, these new firewalls can help make organizations’ IT infrastructure more sustainable and environmentally friendly.
The new NGFWs and PAN-OS® 10.2 Nebula are expected to be available in March.
See additional information on the PA-3400 and PA-5400 or join the virtual launch event starting on March 22 to learn more.
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