The NSA 220 Wireless-N Network Security Appliance from SonicWALL® offers in-depth frontline security, network productivity, application control and user control for branch offices and distributed enterprises. The ... Full Description
Dell SonicWALL NSA 220 Wireless-N Security Appliance with 1-Year TotalSecure SolutionThe NSA 220 Wireless-N Network Security Appliance from SonicWALL® offers in-depth frontline security, network productivity, application control and user control for branch offices and distributed enterprises. The appliance provides anti-malware, intrusion prevention and web content filtering at branch offices without compromising performance at those locations. Its tightly integrated, signature-based network intrusion prevention protects against a comprehensive array of network and application layer threats. Also, the SonicWALL Clean VPN™ technology protects the integrity of both your IPSec and SSL VPN traffic, securing your remote access tunnels and decontaminating the traffic running across it. Additionally, the SonicOS provides key features designed to ensure the security of your network with an intuitive graphical user interface for increased functionality and ease of use. Furthermore, you can identify and throttle or block unauthorized, unproductive and non-work-related appliances and websites such as Facebook® or YouTube® and optimize WAN traffic when integrated with SonicWALL WAN Acceleration Appliance solutions. With an extensive array of advanced networking and configuration flexibility features, NSA 220 Wireless-N Network Security Appliance is an accessible platform that is easy to deploy and manage in a wide variety of environments.
The amount of information, measured in bytes that can be stored on a device Also known as capacity
Compliant standards simply describe what electrical standards the product complies with Some standards are IEEE (Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, EIA (Electronic Industries Association), ISO (International Organization for Standardization)
Connectivity Technology specifies the kind of connection used between two devices, which enables transfer of data between them Connectivity Technology can be wired (using cables) or wireless
The speed at which bits of data (0s and 1s) can be transferred is referred to as the Data Transfer Rate It is usually measured in bits or bytes per-sec or higher units like kilo/mega/giga/tera bits/bytes per-sec
The measurement between the front and back faces of the object
Device Type is the category to which the given device belongs and defines its basic function or purpose
Any distinct technology or quality about the product are accounted as features of the product Features generally gives an overview of capabilities of a product
Flash Memory Installed (Max)
It is the maximum amount of flash memory installed
Form Factor defines the set of specifications on the size, shape and configuration of a computer hardware component
Frequency band is a range of wave frequencies It most often refers to either a range of frequencies in sound or a range of frequencies in electromagnetic radiation, which includes light and radio waves
An interface defines the communication boundary between two entities, such as a piece of software, a hardware device, or a user. A user interface is between a human and a computer. A physical interface is between hardware components.
IP Telephony Features
It gives overview of features of IP Telephone and Ip telephony technology
Performance is a rate of efficiency for intended purpose
Ports Qty is the number of ports provided in the device
Power Consumption Operational
Power consumed by a Device while performing its specified work is called Power Consumption Operational
Power device is specially designed to meet the power needs of your system. It is a hardware that supplies power to an electrical device. It receives power from an electrical outlet and supplies power to an electrical device.
Power Provided to a device is the power (or voltage) required by the device to function properly Power provided to a device is measured in terms of Watt
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a protocol optimized for the transmission of voice through the Internet or other packet switched networks and is often used to refer to the actual transmission of voice VoIP is also known as IP Telephony, Internet telephony, Broadband telephony, Broadband Phone and Voice over Broadband
Voltage Required is the minimum electrical voltage required for the device to work properly
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