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WatchGuard Unveils Next-Gen Security OS

WatchGuard Fireware 10, Edge 10 and WatchGuard System Manager 10 optimized for secure connectivity and user control

SEATTLE -- WatchGuard® Technologies, a global provider of network security solutions, today unveiled its latest version of network security software for its Firebox® X Peak™, Core™ and Edge unified threat management (UTM) appliances, giving WatchGuard network security appliances new and strengthened security capabilities that help businesses improve productivity and allow network administrators to focus on non-security related, mission critical activities.

For businesses that need state of the art network security, WatchGuard Fireware® 10 and Edge 10 are robust operating systems for the WatchGuard Firebox X Peak, Core and Edge families of UTM appliances, and sport a multitude of unparalleled security features. Unlike other network security devices, Fireware 10 and Edge 10 are optimized for today’s complex network connectivity schemes, and are designed for greater administrator management and control.

“Businesses today face increasingly new challenges of more mobile workers, remote and branch office environments, and new technologies that stretch the limits of conventional network security appliances,” said Eric Aarrestad, Vice President of Marketing at WatchGuard. “Recognizing this, WatchGuard developed version 10 to alleviate connectivity challenges, while improving security and providing administrators with new levels of control.”

WatchGuard Technologies Inc. (Nasdaq: WGRD)

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