Get Industry-leading Performance with the Firebox T70
Many organizations today are dependent on fast, reliable and secure Internet connectivity, but are struggling to find network security solutions that can keep up with their ever growing needs. While many rack-mount solutions can keep up with today’s fastest fiber-to-the-premises speeds, there are not currently any tabletop security appliances available that have this capability, especially when running with additional security services enabled. This makes it difficult for SMBs and distributed enterprises to harness these powerful Internet speeds with the complete UTM protection they require.
That was before the WatchGuard Firebox T70.
The WatchGuard Firebox T70 will make network slowdown concerns a thing of the past, with blazing-fast performance capable of delivering full UTM protection at over 1 gigabit per second. With the release of the WatchGuard Firebox T70 tabletop network security appliance, customers can now enjoy the fast throughput that they want, with the industry-leading security that they need. The WatchGuard T70 is also one of the only tabletop appliances available today that provides users two Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) ports enabling power to peripheral devices, such as wireless access points and security cameras.
Compare Firebox T70 with our two closest models in performance, ports, VPN tunnels and more
|Firewall||AV||IPS||UTM||VPN||1 Gig Ports||PoE Ports|
|Midsize Business and
|30||1 Gbps||636 Mbps||636 Mbps||523 Mbps||360 Mbps||5||1|
|Midsize Business and
|60||4 Gbps||1.2 Gbps||1.5 Gbps||1.1 Gbps||740 Mbps||8||2|
|Small to Midsize Business||60||4.9 Gbps||2.1 Gbps||2.3 Gbps||1.6 Gbps||1.6 Gbps||8||N/A|
The Fastest Tabletop Available
The WatchGuard Firebox T70 is the fastest performing tabletop appliance available on the market today. The T70 is the only tabletop appliance that is capable of running full UTM services at over 1 gigabit per second, enabling you to keep up with lightning-fast fiber broadband speeds.
Best Performance for HTTPS Traffic
Even today’s environment of heavy HTTPS traffic isn’t enough to stop the T70, so network users and admins can rest assured that they are getting the full benefit of all of WatchGuard’s security services that are designed to break the kill chain of malware. Miercom validates that the T70 provides the best performance levels even with HTTPS traffic.
SD-WAN with Simple Deployment
Get all the benefits of SD-WAN with dynamic path selection features and strong security combined – no need for a specialized appliance. Moreover, deployment is easy with RapidDeploy – a powerful, cloud-based deployment and configuration tool that comes standard with WatchGuard Firebox appliances – all you have to do is power up the appliance at a remote site and connect it to the Internet. The appliance “phones home” and downloads the correct configuration settings from the cloud. It’s that easy.
Power for Peripheral Devices
T70 also includes two Power over Ethernet (PoE) ports to power peripheral devices such as wireless access points and security cameras, allowing administrators to extend the reach of their networks without having to run costly AC power to remote devices. PoE ports aren’t often found on tabletop appliances, making this a unique appliance for SMBs and distributed enterprise organizations.
Fiber Broadband speeds, like Google Fiber in the US, are continuing to grow and require security solutions that can support up to 1 Gbps.
WatchGuard Firebox T70 is the ONLY tabletop appliance capable of providing full UTM protection at over 1 Gbps.
Miercom reports that the Firebox T70 provides the best performance even with HTTPS traffic.
The Firebox T70 is one of the only tabletop appliances available that provides users with two PoE ports.
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“The T70 provides the highest levels of performance and capability I’ve seen in such a small unit. This now enables me to deploy the same enterprise-grade security services even for our smaller, more financially constrained offices that I take for granted at our larger sites.”
Andrew Evers, Group IT Manager, Red Carnation Hotels