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 cellular, 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 6500 Series
The Mako 6500 is our flagship network appliance, suitable for deployment to merchant locations and connecting up to 20 concurrent Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). The Mako 6500 features a range of connectivity options, including ADSL, Ethernet and cellular.
The Mako 7550 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 7550 is a 1RU rack-mountable bridge between a network appliance and serious datacenter tool.
The Mako 8875 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 8875 is the best choice for large-scale deployments of significant size and scale.
The Mako 6086 was sold from 2005-2010 as Mako’s principal network appliance. It was used extensively by national and international customers as their premier network security solution. We encourage customers to trade up to the award-winning 6500 series to take full advantage of new features, including Wi-Fi, 3G/4G failover and much more.
For more information on upgrading to a new Mako 6500, please contact us.