The FortiGate 30E series offers an excellent network security solution in a compact fanless desktop form factor for enterprise branch offices and mid-sized businesses. Protect against cyber threats with industry-leading secure SD-WAN in a simple, affordable and easy to deploy solution.
Protects against known exploits, malware and malicious websites using continuous threat intelligence provided by FortiGuard Labs security services
Detects unknown attacks using dynamic analysis and providesautomated mitigation to stop targeted attacks
Delivers industry s best threat protection performance andultra-low latency using purpose-built security processor (SPU)technology
Provides industry-leading performance and protection for SSL-encrypted traffic
Independently tested and validated best security effectivenessand performance
Received unparalleled third-party certifications from NSS Labs,ICSA, Virus Bulletin and AV Comparatives
Delivers an extensive routing, switching, wireless controllerand high performance IPsec VPN capabilities to consolidatenetworking and security functionality
Enables flexible deployment such as UTM and Secure SD-WAN
Single Pane of Glass with Network Operations Center (NOC)view provides 360° visibility to identify issues quicklyand intuitively
Predefined compliance checklist analyzes the deployment andhighlights best practices to improve overall security posture
Enables Fortinet and Fabric-ready partners products to collaboratively integrate andprovide end-to-end security across the entireattack surface
Wireless and 3G/4G WAN Extensions
The FortiGate supports external 3G/4G modems that allowadditional or redundant WAN connectivity for maximum reliability.The FortiGate can also operate as a wireless access pointcontroller to further extend wireless capabilities.
Compact and Reliable Form Factor
Designed for small environments, you can simply place theFortiGate/FortiWiFi 30E on a desktop. It is small, lightweight yethighly reliable with superior MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure),minimizing the chance of a network disruption.