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We are proud to announce that Hillstone Networks has been positioned in the Enterprise Network Firewalls Magic Quadrant released by Gartner, Inc*. According to Gartner, Hillstone Networks is a full-featured next-generation firewall with a very broad range of models and a specific focus on the enterprise.

Hillstone’s Intelligent Next-Generation Firewall is an application-aware firewall that continuously monitors the network and exposes elusive malware at every stage of the attack. It provides real-time detection and reporting that provide multiple opportunities to stop an attack. It also provides real-time insight into network operations and overall network health. Hillstone’s Intelligent Next-Generation Firewall is designed for enterprises. It enhances enterprise security, continuity, and visibility while reducing operational cost. 

“We consider our positioning in the magic quadrant by Gartner as confirmation of our mission to offer customers intelligent next generation firewalls,” said Dongping Luo, CEO of Hillstone Networks. “We continue to innovate while we execute on our product roadmap. Our goal is to deliver a truly revolutionary product that will change the landscape of network security and further enhance and solidify our market position.”

For more details, read the press release.


* Source: Gartner, Inc., “Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Network Firewalls” by Greg Young, Adam Hils, Jeremy D’Hoinne, 15 April 2014


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