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Yaron_Weiler
Employee
Employee

Announcing new high-end Maestro orchestrator MHO175 and Last-Time-Buy updates for Maestro MHO-170

To support datacenter transformation and deliver cloud level elasticity to on premise network security, all Quantum Security Gateways are Hyperscale ready, capable of handling any type of growth on demand with Check Point’s Maestro Hyperscale Network solution.

This quarter we announced the availability of the new successor of the high end orchestrator, the Maestro Hyperscale Orchestrator-175 that delivers a fabric capacity of 3.2 Tbps. The new MHO-175 features the best performance to scale on demand with 400 Nano second port to port latency; both AC/DC dual power supply for maximum uptime; and can accommodate any network growth with double the port density. Maestro enables Quantum gateway orchestration to the capacity and performance of 52 gateways in minutes, giving companies elastic flexibility and enabling massive Terabit per second threat prevention throughput.

To streamline processes and continue the move to Hyperscale Network Security Solutions we will be officially announcing the last time buy option for the Maestro Hyperscale Orchestrator-170 (MHO-170). The last time to buy date is July 31st, 2021.

We are incredibly proud of the success of our Quantum Maestro Hyperscale solution. Quantum Maestro provides customers the flexibility to grow as the company grows with true dynamic scale and the ability to secure all attack vectors with the best threat prevention to stop zero day attacks.

Click here for the list of affected SKUs and the FAQ

 

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Scottc98
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Wanted to confirm that this is for the MHO-170 only.   My company is looking at a possible Maestro solution with MHO-140s (Dual) and scaling up with 7000 series appliances.    This announcement makes me a little concern that there might be a replacement of the MHO-140s coming.    The lifespan of the MHO is what really keeps the maintenance and EOL replacements of the appliances beneficial here verse facility outages when replacing MHO's in the future.  

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Yaron_Weiler
Employee
Employee

Hi,

There is no planned EOS for the MHO140 and no successor model planned as of now.

Its only the MHO170 that was announced EOS

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