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Resilience Announces Linux-based CWR Series

Pre-loaded with Websense Web Security on Linux-based Resilience-hardened OS

Resilience has announced the release of the Resilience CWR 8100 series for Websense Web Security v7. The series of three new appliances has been engineered, developed and tested to provide Web security. Each solution is pre-loaded with Websense Web Security on a Linux-based Resilience-hardened OS, which includes Resilience's automated provisioning functionality, 5-to-LiveSM. The Resilience CWR 8102, 8104 and 8108 feature Intel multi-core processors and each are configured, optimized and tested to support 100 to 2,500+ users, up to 10,000 users, and up to 15,000 users respectively.

Easy configuration options enable users to set up full Web security or reporting-only in higher performance, distributed environments quickly and more accurately. Each system is backed by the Continuous Secured Ownership Program (CSO) for upgrade and replacement, providing investment protection for appliance purchases.

The new series of appliances are tested and optimized by Resilience and certified by Websense for Websense Web Security v7.

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