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© 2012 IBM Corporation IBM Security Systems 1 © 2013 IBM Corporation IBM Security Network IPS models, End of Support Dates and Replacement options
© 2013 IBM Corporation 2 IBM Security Systems Remote SegmentsPerimeterCore GX3002 Network GX4002GX4004GX5008GX5108GX5208GX Mbps Mbps Mbps Gbps 4 2 Gbps 4 15 Gbps 8 Gbps 8 Model Throughput Inspected Throughput Protected Segments Proventia Network IPS GX appliances (subsequently referred to as V1) Block threats before they impact your network Reclaim network capacity lost to threats or noise (non-essential traffic: Skype, peer-to-peer, etc.) Security platform drives convergence Solutions that scale for every network Flexible configurations Active Blocking (IPS), Passive Alerting (IDS), Simulated Blocking
© 2013 IBM Corporation 3 IBM Security Systems 3 IBM Security Network IPS GX-V2 appliances Block threats before they impact your organization Uncompromising security backed by X-Force ® Inspected throughput from 200 Mbps to 20Gbps+ Protection for up to 8 network segments Scale from remote offices to the network core GX7800 and GX7412 IBM Security Network IPS Models RemotePerimeterCore ModelGX GX4004GX5008GX5108GX5208GX7412-5GX GX7412GX7800 Inspected Throughput 200 Mbps 800 Mbps 1.5 Gbps 2.5 Gbps 4 Gbps5 Gbps10 Gbps15 Gbps 20 Gbps+ Protected Segments NEW GX-V2 series of appliances launched Q Hardware improvements include: Doubled the Performance compared to V1 64 bit processor Increased memory Improved motherboard for faster BUS speed GX 4 GX5 No End of Support dates yet for any V2 models
© 2013 IBM Corporation 4 IBM Security Systems IBM IPS Proventia GX (Version 1) – GX Replacement models All IBM Security IPS appliances are supported for 5 years after the end of sale. As of Sept 2013, the IBM Security GX-V2 IPS’s have no scheduled EOS dates. (All IBM Security IPS GX-V2 appliances have BLACK chassis) Model Names Protected Segments Chassis Color Inspection Rate Bypass End of Support Replacement (differences) GX30021 Blue10 MbpsBuilt-inOct 12, 2015 GX4004C-V2-200 (200 Mbps, 2 Segments) GX40021 Blue200 MbpsBuilt-inJan 26, 2015 GX4004C-V2-200 (200 Mbps, 2 Segments) GX40042 Blue200 MbpsBuilt-inJan 26, 2015GX4004C-V2-200 GX50084 Blue400 MbpsExternalMar 2, 2105 GX4004C-V2 (800 Mbps, 2 Segments, Internal Bypass, Copper only) GX5008SFP-V2 (1.5 Gbps) GX51084 Blue1.2 GbpsExternalMar 2, 2015GX5008SFP-V2 (1.5 Gbps) GX52084 Blue2.0 GbpsExternalMar 2, 2015 GX5108SFP-V2 (2.5 Gbps) GX7412SFP-5 (5 Gbps, 8 Segments, 2-10 Gig or 1 Gig and 6-1 Gig) GX61168 Blue8 GbpsExternalSept 30, 2105GX7412SFP-10 (10 Gbps, 8 Segments, 2-10 Gig or 1 Gig and 6-1 Gig)
© 2013 IBM Corporation 5 IBM Security Systems IBM IPS Proventia GX (Version 1) – XGS Replacement models All IBM Security IPS appliances are supported for 5 years after the end of sale. As of Sept 2013, the IBM Security GX-V2 IPS’s have no scheduled EOS dates. (All IBM Security IPS GX-V2 appliances have BLACK chassis) Model Names Protected Segments Chassis Color Inspection Rate BypassEnd of SupportReplacement (differences) GX30021 Blue10 MbpsBuilt-inOct 12, 2015 XGS 3100 due early Q supports 250 or 500Meg, 2 segments Copper w/ bypass, no SSL card, no Modular Interface Bays GX40021 Blue200 MbpsBuilt-inJan 26, 2015 XGS 3100 due early Q supports 250 or 500Meg, 2 segments Copper only with bypass, no SSL card, no Modular Interface Bays GX40042 Blue200 MbpsBuilt-inJan 26, 2015 XGS 3100 due early Q supports 250 or 500Meg, 2 segments Copper only with bypass, no SSL card, no Modular Interface Bays GX50084 Blue400 MbpsExternalMar 2, 2105 XGS 3100 due early Q supports 250 or 500Meg, 2 segments Copper only with bypass, no SSL card, no Modular Interface Bays or XGS 4100 due early Q supports 500 Meg or 1 Gig, 2 segments Copper w/ bypass, with SSL card and one Modular Interface Bay GX51084 Blue1.2 GbpsExternalMar 2, 2015 XGS 5100 now shipping !!! 5100 supports 2, 3.5 or 4 Gig, 2 segments Copper w/ bypass, with SSL card and two Modular Interface Bay GX52084 Blue2.0 GbpsExternalMar 2, 2015 XGS 5100 now shipping !!! 5100 supports 2, 3.5 or 4 Gig, 2 segments Copper w/ bypass, with SSL card and two Modular Interface Bay GX61168 Blue8 GbpsExternalSept 30, 2105 XGS 5100 now shipping !!! 5100 supports 2, 3.5 or 4 Gig, 2 segments Copper w/ bypass, with SSL card and two Modular Interface Bay XGS 7100 due mid 2104 ~ 20 Gig/sec
© 2013 IBM Corporation 6 IBM Security Systems XGS 5100 now Shipping !!! Modular Appliance Hardware Platform *NEW SSL Inspection *NEW Provides visibility into attacks over encrypted channels Transparent Man-In-The-Middle implementation Hardware accelerated via on-board Cavium card New 1U appliance form factor Pluggable network interface modules (2 Modular Bays) Three Performance Levels Up to 5.0 Gig/Sec, including 10 Gig/Sec Interfaces 2 Modular Bays
© 2013 IBM Corporation 7 IBM Security Systems 4-port Fixed fiber (LX) w/ built-bypass 8-port RJ-45 copper w/ built-bypass XGS 5100 Modular Network Interfaces Two modules with seven different options each allow the XGS 5100 to meet current and future connectivity needs 4-port Fixed fiber (SX) w/ built-bypass 2-port 10GbE (SR) w/ built-bypass 2-port 10GbE (LR) w/ built-bypass 4-port SFP (requires transceivers) 2-port 10GbE SFP+ (requires transceivers)
© 2013 IBM Corporation 8 IBM Security Systems Pricing Flexibility of the new XGS 1) The Base model includes 4 Ethernet ports (2 IPS Segments) with fail-open bypass. 2) Add any additional optional Interface Modules, up to 2 2) Add any Options, up to 2 Performance Upgrades, SSL Inspection, IP Reputation, and App Control 4) If SFP Interfaces are ordered, then SFP Transceivers Kits need to ordered (not included)
© 2013 IBM Corporation 9 IBM Security Systems XGS 4100 Modular Appliance Hardware Platform SSL Inspection *NEW Provides visibility into attacks over encrypted channels Transparent Man-In-The-Middle implementation Hardware accelerated via on-board Cavium card New 1U appliance form factor Pluggable network interface modules (1 Modular Bay) Two Performance Levels 500 Meg/sec or 1 Gig/Sec Protection, including optional 10 Gig/Sec Interfaces 1 Modular Bay Not Public -- NDA required
© 2013 IBM Corporation 10 IBM Security Systems XGS 3100 Modular Appliance Hardware Platform *coming soon New 1U appliance form factor Two Performance Levels 250 Meg/Sec or 500 Meg/Sec Copper Ethernet only, built in bypass 0 Modular Interface bays No SSL Accelerator card No Modular Bays Not Public -- NDA required
© 2013 IBM Corporation 11 IBM Security Systems The XGS offers next-generation solutions to address today’s security headaches
© 2013 IBM Corporation 12 IBM Security Systems GX To Comparison
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