Corsa unveils new network security virtualization platform to scale traffic inspection to 100%

helpnetsecurity | July 11, 2019

Corsa unveils new network security virtualization platform to scale traffic inspection to 100%
Corsa Security, formerly Corsa Technology, launched Corsa Red Armor, a turnkey network security virtualization platform which scales traffic inspection to 100%, without degrading performance on high-capacity networks.By leveraging Corsa’s unique networking expertise and proven virtualization technologies, the solution delivers software-defined network security through horizontal scaling of virtual security services, such as firewall and SSL visibility capabilities.This means large enterprises and service providers can elastically add network security capacity to meet increasing bandwidth demand, without having to upgrade specialized, single-purpose hardware.

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