Taipei, Taiwan - The FW-7530 from Lanner Electronics, Inc., is an economic fanless network appliance targeted for low-level network applications. It has six GbE ports and is built around an Intel 945GSE chipset.
The FW-7530 is a power-efficient platform running on the Intel Atom N270, a 1.6GHz processor that delivers a high performance per watt ratio. The power economy coupled with all RoHS-compliant materials and practices means the FW-7530 is an environmentally friendly network application.
The new appliance offers high port density with six GbE ports. One pair of ports has the option of being a bypass. Other external sockets include a mini-PCI connector, two USB 2.0 ports, and an RJ45 Console port. The bay has room for one 2.5" hard drive, which can be connected via Serial ATA.
The FW-7530 can be equipped with up to 2 GB RAM. Heat dispersing fins allow this appliance to cool itself without the use of a fan. With a height of 36mm and weighing 1.2 kg, this unit can fit almost anywhere.
The FW-7530 can be used for entry-level network security applications, including intrusion detection/prevention systems, UTM, gateway antivirus and firewalls. It can also be used as a router/switcher and other non-security based applications, such as load balancing multiple internet connections, network monitoring or QoS.
Samples are available immediately. To request a sample, contact email@example.com.
For more informaiton visit http://www.lannerinc.com/FW-7530.