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H3C Technologies is an IT infrastructure solution provider. As part of the New H3C Group (a joint venture between Unisplendour Corp. and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise), it is currently ranked No.1 in China's LAN switch and enterprise router markets. With HPE, H3C has secured the No.2 position in the networking market. The company provides a full range of networking, servers, storage, security products, hyper-converged infrastructure and IT management systems. Outside of China, H3C leverages the HPE network to sell products and solutions in nearly 100 countries and regions, particularly in Europe and North America.
The H3C SecBlade IPS is a high-performance intrusion prevention module for H3C S5800/S7500E/S9500E/S12500 series switches and SR6600/SR8800 routers. Integrating such functions as intrusion detection, intrusion prevention, virus filtering and bandwidth management, it can perform Layer-4 to Layer-7 in-depth analysis and detection and stop network attacks and abuses such as viruses, worms, Trojan horses, spyware, and webpage tampering in real time.
H3C's Full Inspection with Rigorous State Test (FIRST) can identify and prevent various network attacks and abuses. SecBlade IPS has passed the compatibility authentication of Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE). It is integrated with the Kaspersky anti-virus engine and virus definitions. This reduces single-point failures effectively, ensuring that the network systems can provide services even after the modules fail. The SecBlade IPS module can be deployed in bypass mode to provide IDS functions.
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All market sizes
Millisecond response to threats
The SecBlade IPS module features defense and traffic pattern self-learning capabilities. It uses heuristic code analysis method and real-time monitoring technology.
SecBlade IPS modules for switches and routers.
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