Delivering 100,000,000,000 bits per second of high-assurance data encryption, the Thales CN9120 Network Encryptor provides data security (100 Gbps) and high speed network performance with ultra-low latency (<2 μS). Safeguard data in motion with high speed encryption proven to meet network performance demands for real-time low latency and near-zero overhead, ensuring security without compromise for big, or even data transmitted over networks across data centers and the cloud.
The CN9000 Series Ethernet Encryptors from Thales CPL are available for sale to the U.S. Federal Government exclusively through Thales TCT.
|Support for Jumbo frames||✓|
|Protocol and application transparent||✓|
|Encrypts Unicast, Multicast and Broadcast traffic||✓|
|Automatic network discovery and connection establishment||✓|
|Network and local interface – SR4, LR4, ER4(lite) links (up to 40kms)||QSFP28|
|Tamper resistant and evident enclosure, anti-probing barriers||✓|
|Flexible encryption policy engine||✓|
|Automatic key management||✓|
|AES 256 bit keys||✓|
|Policy based on MAC address or VLAN ID||✓|
|Self-healing key management in the event of network outages||✓|
|FIPS 140-2 Level 3, DODIN APL||✓|
|Low overhead full duplex line-rate encryption||✓|
|FPGA based architecture||✓|
|Latency (microseconds per encryptor)||<2 μS|
|Front panel access for all interfaces||✓|
|Remote management using SNMPv3 (in-band and out-of-band)||✓|
|NTP (time server) support||✓|
|Centralized configuration and management using SMC/ CM7 and SNMPv3||✓|
|Support for external (X.509v3) CAs||✓|
|CRL and OCSP (certificate) server support||✓|
|In-field firmware upgrades||✓|
|Dual hot-swappable AC power supplies||✓|
|User replaceable fans and batteries—dual redundancy||✓|
|Interoperable with all CN Series Encryptors||✓|
|Transport Independent Mode||✓|
CN9120 Product Brief
Product overview with technical features and specifications.
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On Demand Webinar: The Future of Encrypting Network Data
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