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Palo Alto Networks Pushes Next-generation Firewall Performance

Budget Center Inc., PASSUR Aerospace, Inc, Palo Alto Networks, Inc., and Lantronix, Inc Featured from Pennystocksites.com on March 10th ,2014

Palo Alto Networks wants to challenge that perception with the unveiling today of the PA-7050 , a new high-end member of the Palo Alto firewall lineup capable of supporting core firewall functions at throughputs of up to 120 gigabits-per-second. Matt Keil, product marketing manager for Palo Alto Networks, says that for a lot of organizations the PA-7050 should eliminate the need to deploy two different classes of firewalls. Given performance concerns, many organizations for years have opted to deploy traditional firewalls while at the same time deploying next-generation firewalls from vendors such as Palo Alto Networks to address specific application-level security issues. The cost of IT security goes well beyond the acquisition of firewalls. Supporting firewall platforms from multiple vendors not only requires multiple sets of skills, it increases the complexity of the number of firewall rules that need to be managed.
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VMware adds NSX firewall integration with Palo Alto Networks

VMware NSX ships with native firewall functionality already, but the Palo Alto integration gives the virtual network more advanced security capabilities, said Rod Stuhlmuller, director of product marketing at VMware. The NSX firewall inspects traffic based on ports and protocols, while the Palo Alto integration adds deep packet inspection capabilities that can apply security policies based on application identification. "We'll wireless security be able to apply basic firewall capabilities using the NSX firewall," he said. "And we'll be able to steer traffic as necessary to run through the advanced capabilities from Palo Alto." The deeper visibility achieved by this integration should help align the security team with the virtualization team, Kindervag said. And this convergence of infrastructure and operations teams should help align their organizational incentives. "Security pros are incentivized by confidentiality of data while the infrastructure and networking people are incentivized by five nines of availability.
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Juniper-Palo Alto Lawsuit Ends in Draw

It also provides professional services. The company primarily serves airlines, airports, and other aviation related companies through its direct sales force. PASSUR Aerospace, Inc. was founded in 1967 and is headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut. Get a Free Technical Analysis on PASSUR Aerospace, Inc (OTCMKTS:PSSR): http://pennystocksites.com/market-scan/?symbol=pssr Palo Alto Networks, Inc. (NYSE:PANW), Palo Alto Networks, Inc. offers a network security platform in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the Asia Pacific, and Japan. The companys platform comprises Next-Generation Firewall that delivers application, user, and content visibility and control.
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Juniper filed suit in 2011 , alleging Palo Alto Networks and its founder, Nir Zuk, a former employee, had reused technologies patented by Juniper Networks. After several rounds of discovery, the court narrowed the suit to three patents related to next-generation firewalls. We continue to stand by our position that we do not infringe on patents and are committed to delivering innovation and providing the network security market with disruptive technologies, Mark McLaughlin, chief executive officer of Palo Alto, said in a statement to Bloomberg . The mistrial is a victory for Palo Alto Networks, as it means it shall continue to operate unencumbered by litigation, marketing restrictions or licensing fees. Palo Alto partners have been monitoring the suit to see what impact it would have on their reselling and support of the market-leading next-generation firewalls. The roots of the lawsuit can be traced back to 2004 when Zuk and co-founder Yuming Mao worked for Juniper Networks.
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