Appliances

The Mako System consists of two parts: a cloud-based Central Management System, and a range of network appliances installed at customer locations. Mako network appliances provide a range of functions: some are designed to serve as a point of connectivity, either by ADSL, Ethernet or 3G, while others serve as VPN concentrators and High-Throughput Gateways.

Regardless of their form or function, all appliances are designed to incorporate the latest security features and technologies, including strong firewalls, Virtual Private Networks, and a robust intrusion detection system.

All Mako appliances are managed from the cloud through a specially designed Central Management System, that delivers the services of the Mako System.

Mako 6600-M

Mako 6600-M

The Mako 6600 is our flagship network appliance, suitable for deployment to merchant locations and connecting up to 20 concurrent Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). The Mako 6600 features a range of connectivity options, including SFP, Ethernet, Dual-SIM LTE, and xDSL.

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Mako 7600

Mako 7600

The Mako 7600 is designed for larger companies that need to connect hundreds of locations together via VPNs, and manage a single connection to the Internet. The Mako 7600 is a 1U rack-mountable bridge between a network appliance and serious datacenter tool.

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Mako 8600

Mako 8600

The Mako 8600 is an enterprise-grade datacenter product, designed for businesses that need to connect thousands of locations and VPNs into a large corporate network. The 1RU rack-mountable 8600 is the best choice for large-scale deployments of significant size and scale.

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