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Fortinet Debuts SD-WAN ASIC to Power Latest FortiGate Appliance

Fortinet today released a SoC4 SD-WAN ASIC, which will power the latest iteration of its FortiGate appliance, 100F. The company also updated its operating system and security fabric to power what it calls security-driven networking, including new features for SD-WAN and other edge and multi-cloud environments.
  FortiGate is the firm’s next-generation firewall appliance, which is what it offers its SD-WAN features through. Fortinet began selling SD-WAN directly to its customers (through this appliance) last July.

Read the article over at sdxcentral over here.

Ron - the SDWAN guy


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