Tresys offers cross-domain message tool

High-security product vendor Tresys Technology has released an appliance for shepherding messages across different security domains.

The Tresys TurretGate routes Java Message System (JMS) messages across networks with different security domains. The appliance features a policy mechanism that allows managers to specify where messages may travel. It can route up to 2,400 messages per second between two networks, with less than 10 millisecond latency per message. Attached to additional networks, it can route up 10,000 messages per second.

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