FortiGate-VM Next-Generation Firewall Extends Support for VMware NSX-T Data Center

| March 5, 2019

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Today, Fortinet is announcing more extensive interoperability between Fortinet’s FortiGate-VM and VMware’s NSX-T Data Center to provide organizations centralized visibility into all workload environments. Fortinet's FortiGate-VM Next-Generation Firewall is a virtual appliance, providing interoperability with NSX-T Data Center through service insertion as a third-party edge firewall. FortiGate-VM provides protection of North-South traffic flows inside the VMware NSX-T environment for advanced end-to-end security for multi-cloud and multi-hypervisor environments.

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Wintek Corporation's business is split between providing Internet services, designing, implementing, and servicing computer networks using equipment from Cisco Systems, and providing colocation services. Founded in 1973, Wintek has been a forerunner in the technology field. Vigilant in anticipating and adapting to the ever-changing and advancing world of technology has secured Wintek's stability as a company. On the Internet side, Wintek concentrates on providing high speed, low latency connections to businesses, public agencies, and underserved residential areas. High speed service is provided over fiber-optic cables.

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