SonicWALL Product Life Cycle Tables
Over time, products and services go through a natural lifecycle and eventually reach their end of life (EOL). Some of the reasons for this include the availability of newer, more functionally rich products, enhancements to the product or service and market demands. When a Dell SonicWALL product reaches EOL, SonicWALL may choose to discontinue the sale or support of the product or service. At each stage throughout the product lifecycle process, SonicWALL will provide information as the milestones are reached. Our approach to product lifecycle management includes five post-release phases, Last Day Order (LDO), Active Retirement Mode (ARM), Last Day Order for 1-Year Support, Limited Retirement Mode (LRM) and End of Support (EOS). This information is designed to customers better manage the end-of-life transition and understand how Dell SonicWALL can assist the migration to current Dell SonicWALL products and services.
This list is correct as of 13th July 2016 and shown in order of '1 Year LDO' which means the last day to order a 1 year support or CGSS subscription. Please note our list is in UK date format, whereas the link below is US date format.
For an up to date version refer to https://support.software.dell.com/essentials/sonicwall-product-lifecycle-tables
|Model||1 Year LDO||End of Support|