As technology advances and IT teams are asked to support an ever-growing number of devices, applications, and data, the security risks introduced—big and small—also increase. Whether it's gaps in security across your offices, remote users, and cloud or greater attack surfaces from connected devices and apps, security teams are constantly responding to fast-moving, evolving attacks. Often, IT teams lack time and contextual information and are bogged down by slow and manual processes when evaluating and dealing with a security threat or vulnerability.
Today's quickly advancing environment means you need to evolve your network security with a new type of firewall—one that is intelligent and proactive, uses ML and analytics at its core, and is built for every environment.
Palo Alto Networks has the world's first ML-powered, Next-Generation Firewall. Plus, our NGFW is enabled with Inline Machine Learning for close to instant prevention, Zero-Delay Signatures, complete device visibility, automated and intelligent policy recommendations.
Palo Alto Networks is expanding its portfolio by adding two new ML-powered models to ensure zero-trust network security for your organization—from small branch offices to hyperscale data centers:
The PA-5450 model is designed for hyperscale data centers, internet edge, and campus segmentation deployments. It can provide up to 120 Gbps throughput with security services enabled, which is four times higher than its predecessor (PA-5260). It's scalable and modular design allows you to perform upgrades as your needs grow.
The PA-400 Series is designed with distributed enterprise branch offices, retail locations, and midsize businesses in mind. Offering up to ten times higher performance (compared to is predecessor) with security services enabled, it also offers security in desktop form factor. Its optional Zero-Touch Provisioning enables easy deployment throughout hundreds of branches. Thanks to the silent, fanless design with an optional redundant power supply, it is ideal for branch and home offices.
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