genuscreen 40G VPN: Secure High-Speed Transfer of  Large Quantities of Data with FPGA Technology

Field-programmable gate arrays (FPGA) allow for exceptionally fast signal processing. Benefiting from this advantage is the new VPN gateway from genua, which encrypts high-speed transfers of large quantities of data and offers especially strong protection.

genuscreen 40G VPN is based on solutions from genua that are used in the public sector and by companies with an obligation to maintain secrecy. It is approved for classification levels German VS-NfD, NATO RESTRICTED, and RESTREINT UE/EU RESTRICTED.

Thanks to cutting-edge technology, you can connect multiple locations in a high-performance manner. The new VPN solution can easily be integrated in existing ecosystems; technical advice and customer service are provided directly by the manufacturer.


Top Highlights

  • Secure high-speed transfer of large quantities of data

  • High data throughput with very low latency independent of the packet mix

  • Simple and fast integration in existing ecosystems

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genuscreen 40G VPN is approved for classification levels German VS-NfD, NATO RESTRICTED, and RESTREINT UE/EU RESTRICTED

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Advanced update mechanism protects against attacks with quantum computers

All benefits of genuscreen 40G VPN at a glance

  • Field-programmable gate arrays (FPGA) technology allows high speed and low latency with IPsec
  • Up to 500 simultaneous connections in each direction
  • Approval for classification levels German VS-NfD, NATO RESTRICTED, and RESTREINT UE/EU RESTRICTED
  • VPN technology "Made in Germany"
  • Simple and fast integration in existing ecosystems
  • Customer support and service directly from the manufacturer

Increased Performance Thanks to Modern FPGA Technology

For the processing of large quantities of data, it has been possible up to now to use VPN systems in clusters, which bundle the performance of multiple appliances.

genuscreen 40G VPN was developed for the fast transfer of large quantities of data with one system. Thanks to modern FPGA technology and high-performance hardware design, it is possible, for example, to interconnect multiple data centers or locations with up to 2 x 40 Gbit per second with constantly low latency.

The IPsec standard ensures compliant encryption on layer 3 here. Encrypted frames remain routable thanks to encapsulation in IP and IPsec ESP headers.

Strong Protection for Your Data

As a German manufacturer of IT security solutions, genua offers an extensive range of products with BSI approval, including VPN systems and various clients.

genuscreen 40G VPN is also approved for the processing of classified information and can be used in authorities and in organizations with an obligation to maintain secrecy in order to meet the requirement for extremely fast, highly secure data processing.

Solutions from genua already feature quantum computer-resistant software signatures and are, thus, already effective against future IT security risks today. Please contact us for more information.

Location Connection with VPN Concentrator

genuscreen 40G VPN enables a high data throughput independent of the packet mix yet with very low latency. This advantage is mainly seen in demanding applications such as securing VoIP or video conferences.

 

Post-Quantum Cryptography: genua Meets Future Security Requirements

With products from genua you can make the transition to post-quantum cryptography. Our update mechanism guarantees trustworthy product updates today and in the future: In addition to a digital signature for maximum security according to current standards, the addition of a quantum-resistant signature already provides effective protection against attacks with quantum computers.

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A Safe Investment in Accordance with the BSI Recommendation

Experts assume that in a few years, quantum computers could weaken or even break the current cryptographic methods. The security of the XMSS method developed by genua in cooperation with the Technical University of Darmstadt and the Technical University of Eindhoven is well understood today. By applying this method, we meet the recommendations for future-proof software updates according to the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

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