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Check Point enjoyed strong growth in 2011, as the company’s total revenue eclipsed $1.2 billion. Since the acquisition of Nokia's security appliance business in 2009, Check Point's strategy and messaging has revolved around its software blade architecture. While the business has been successful and the messaging mostly well received, at times the product portfolio retained a bit of a patchwork-like feel.
With a number of recent announcements, including an updated software release which unifies its appliance platforms, Check Point has created a more streamlined and complete network security story that should resonate with customers.
Check Point's R75.40 release enables three specific features that address current customer needs. The first is a unified operating system. Since the Nokia deal, Check Point has supported two different appliance platforms: IPSO for its IP line (from Nokia), and…
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