A Console Terminal Server with FIPS 140-2 Certification

Security is probably the most important factor that government agencies contemplate when purchasing network equipment. By their very nature, government networks often provide access to extremely sensitive data and information; and it’s no exaggeration to say that in some cases, the secrecy of this information is a matter of life and death. Before a government agency even begins to consider purchasing a critical network device such as a Console Terminal Server, one of the first things they want to know about is security.

One of the most important milestones that government agencies look for when purchasing a Console Terminal Server is FIPS-140-2 certification. In order to receive FIPS-140-2 certification, a device must be extensively tested and examined by certified by the NIST in order to make certain that it meets cryptographic and security standards that have been established by that organization.

WTI Console Terminal Server products are FIPS-140-2 certified, ensuring that they are ready and able to provide the high level of security that government agencies demand. And while you might not need the same demanding level of security that the government needs, it’s good to know that the critical information on your corporate network will be just as secure as the information on a government network that uses a WTI Console Terminal Server.

Western Telematic, Inc. (WTI) designs and manufactures remote device management products for IT applications. WTI’s Serial Console Server products, Remote Reboot products, Switched PDU products and A/B Fallback products are engineered to allow you to securely manage and troubleshoot rack equipment in remote locations.

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