October 12, 2012
Dialogic Positioned as 'Visionary' by Gartner
By Rahul Arora TMCnet Contributor
Dialogic (News - Alert) Inc., a provider of products and technologies that enable operators to deliver – and subscribers to enjoy – an enhanced mobile experience, recently announced that it has been positioned by Gartner (News - Alert) as a market “Visionary” in the Magic Quadrant for Session Border Controllers (SBCs).
The company has been recognized for its BorderNet family of SBC solutions. Dialogic helps service providers and enterprise organizations transform, connect and secure their networks and services. They can help service providers address the real world challenges they face in transforming their networks and services to all IP and enable them to deliver innovative multimedia services to their customers. BorderNet SBCs provide multimedia connectivity, security, service assurance, optimization and border management capabilities along with regulatory compliance features that offer exceptional CAPEX and OPEX (News - Alert) value.
BorderNet SBCs can connect diverse mobile, wireline and cable MSO service provider networks and help minimize expensive infrastructure upgrades without having to compromise on quality of service. They also help secure networks from attacks that can lead to outages and help assure service performance and network integrity to maintain a high level of user experience.
“We are honored to be counted among Gartner’s Visionaries in the Session Border Controller market,” said Kevin Cook (News - Alert), president and CEO of Dialogic.
“Service delivery is an important part of our strategy and we have strived to create a high-performing SBC product portfolio. We are successfully helping service providers worldwide address the real world challenges associated with transforming their networks and services to all-IP, and will continue to execute our vision for an SBC that not only excites customers today but will provide them with the technical and operational innovation that’s necessary for future success.”
Edited by Brooke Neuman