AAEON’s Latest FWS-7250 Network Appliance to Target SME Demographic

(Taipei, Taiwan) April 22nd, 2015 — AAEON®, a major developer of industrial computing solutions, releases the FWS-7250 network appliance, specifically targeted towards the SME demographic.

Powered by the Intel®AtomTME3845or Celeron® J1900 a processor, the appliance delivers an impressive price to performance ratio that stands out among similar devices in the market. The Intel® Atom™ processor E3800 product family is the first system-on-chip (SoC) designed for intelligent systems, delivering outstanding performance while operating in an extended range of thermal conditions. The processors’ low energy consumption also helps to bring down the thermal design power (TDP) to 10W, one of the lowest in the entry level rackmount network appliance sector.

Among many of the appliance’s expansion offerings, the FWS-7250 is able to accommodate a SIM card MiniCard module that grantsWiFi/3G/4G capabilities along with the traditional wire-based connection. In addition, the appliance also supports LAN bypass of up to 4GbE ports, allowing it to maintain a full-speed, uninterrupted connection even during device breakdowns.

“The FWS-7250 is an answer to all SMEs who require a cost-effective solution to their expanding network infrastructures,” said Fredy Hsu, Project Manager of AAEON’s Intelligent Services Division. “Its low power requirement, superb processing power and competitive pricing make it ideal for any growing SMEs looking to fulfill any load balancing, firewall, VoIP, UTM (Unified Threat Management) and NAC (Network Access Control) needs”.



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