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ContentKeeper Releases Multi-Gigabit Web Filtering Technology

ContentKeeper announces the release of TurboBridge, an Ethernet bridge technology to address the high-speed performance and scalability demands of districts’ growing bandwidth requirements.
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ContentKeeper announces the release of TurboBridge, an Ethernet bridge technology to address the high-speed performance and scalability demands of districts’ growing bandwidth requirements.

TurboBridge retains higher performance and bandwidth capacities even when SSL decryption features are active, allowing for full inspection and filtering of all or selective secure Web traffic.

TurboBridge reduces the number of appliances required for high-demand network architectures by up to 75 percent, resulting in lower implementation and management costs for school districts and state and regional education agencies. Through its powerful high-speed processing capacity, TurboBridge manages high volumes of Web traffic and user counts to assist with online learning and assessment testing.

For more information, visit http://www.contentkeeper.com.

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