The Dell SonicWALL WAN Acceleration Virtual Appliance (WXA) 5000 reduces application latency and conserves bandwidth, significantly enhancing WAN application performance and user experience for distributed organizations just as traditional Dell SonicWALL WXA hardware solutions do. But with a hardened, performance-optimized virtual server, integration is simplified, administration is eased, and costs are lowered even further. Unlike standalone acceleration products, the Dell SonicWALL WXA 5000 seamlessly integrates with Dell SonicWALL E-Class Network Security Appliance (NSA), NSA and TZ Series Unified Threat Management (NGFW) Firewall solutions to offer the unique combined benefit of both prioritizing and minimizing application traffic between sites, resulting in optimal network performance.
A pre-configured virtual machine has no professional service fees or hidden costs. By running multiple operating systems and applications on a single computer, businesses can consolidate resources and reduce expenses.
Easy migration and management
Deployment costs are minimized since administrators can simply move a snapshot of a virtual environment to physical server infrastructure. Ongoing support is also simplified. Each virtual appliance is designed for up to 120 users.
A hardened OS prohibits users from tampering with the underlying integrity of the virtual appliances. The performance-optimized architecture activates only necessary processes.
The WXA 5000 remembers data that has been transferred previously, and through data de-duplication, replaces repeated byte sequences with an identifier to reduce application latency and conserve bandwidth.
Reduced total cost of ownership (TCO)
By improving the efficiency and overall utilization of existing WAN bandwidth, the WXA 5000 helps businesses avoid incurring higher monthly expenses to increase WAN bandwidth capacity.
The WXA 5000 increases network performance while reducing latency by compressing data sent across the WAN.