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Speed and security from Netgear UTM appliance

05 Oct 2011

Netgear has launched a new Unified Threat Management (UTM) gateway appliance, touting it as an all-in-one security solution for SMBs.


Ryan Parker, managing director for Netgear ANZ, says the ProSecure UTM9S offers smart IT, rather than big IT.


"The ProSecure UTM9S is the industry’s first SMB-focused UTM product to offer fast VDSL internet connection and comprehensive security within one device,” Parker says.


The appliance has both VDSL/ADSL2+ and wi-fi capability, and integrates with Netgear’s ReadyNAS network-attached storage system, so that log data, network traffic and user activity reports can be stored almost without limit. 


Another benefit is the ability to manage internet access across 64 categories, restricting access to shopping, entertainment or sport sites, or by specific URLs. 


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