The FWS-7541 is the newest and most sophisticated addition to AAEON’s Rackmount Network Appliance range. Powered by Intel® Xeon® D-1700 Processors (formerly Ice Lake-D), it offers Intel Xeon-level performance in a more power-efficient way. A purpose-built I/O hosts a wealth of features to make the FWS-7541 the optimal low-power, high-performance network management solution. Complementing this is the system’s impressive expandability in such a compact form factor, which offers wireless module support for multiple network connection sources, providing stable, reliable uCPE and SD-WAN solutions.
Utilizing Intel® Xeon® D-1700 Processors, the FWS-7541 is equipped with server-class computing capabilities of 4 ~ 10 cores for high-bandwidth, power-efficient network gateway applications such as SD-WAN and uCPE. With Intel® QAT technology, the FWS-7541 also accelerates the processing, transmission, encryption, and decryption of data. This data is then protected from threats such as cold-boot, firewall penetration, and malware attacks by CPU-integrated security features including Intel® PFR, Intel® Boot Guard and Intel® TME.
Combining powerful processing with its focused I/O and support for 64GB of high-speed system memory, the FWS-7541 is perfect for larger network infrastructure management applications as it can send and receive a higher volume of data across wider network architectures. With 12 Intel® GbE and four 10Gb SFP+ ports alongside M.2 E and B-Key slots for 5G and Wi-Fi modules, the FWS-7541 builds reliable intra-organizational structures using multiple high-speed connection sources. Furthermore, the FWS-7541 contains impressive LAN virtualization capabilities for use as a uCPE management device, with optional IPMI support enabling remote hardware monitoring and management without connecting to the system on-site.
The FWS-7541’s TPM 2.0 slot and CPU-derived security features offer businesses a multifaceted security framework. Further, the FWS-7541’s optional IPMI support allows for the remote monitoring and control of hardware, firmware and software in cross-OS environments, without connecting to the system on-site. Taking advantage of these benefits encrypts network data to protect against unauthorized access, malware attacks and network penetration.