October 19, 2012
Gartner Designates Dialogic as Visionary in Magic Quadrant for SBCs
By Anil Sharma TMCnet Contributor
Gartner Inc., an information technology and advisory company, has designated Dialogic (News - Alert) as a market “Visionary” in the Magic Quadrant for Session Border Controllers (SBCs) for its BorderNet family of SBC solutions.
Officials with Dialogic claimed that service providers look to Dialogic BorderNet SBC solutions as a way to securely connect diverse mobile and fixed networks for seamless and rapid delivery of combined multimedia offerings across their next generation, 4G/LTE, 3G and 2G network domains.
Company officials said that BorderNet SBCs deliver exceptional CAPEX and OPEX (News - Alert) value and provide voice and video connectivity along with advanced security features. The BorderNet 4000 SBC can be deployed in peering and access applications requiring high performance session control and management.
According to company officials, it complements the multimedia video and HD Voice support of the BorderNet 2020 SBC, an integrated SBC-gateway appliance for the rapid deployment of mobile VAS and contact center applications.
“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, in a statement.
“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,” said Cook.
Earlier in March, Dialogic, a provider of communications technologies that enhance the end-to-end mobile experience, had announced that its bandwidth optimization solutions are helping service providers meet their mobile backhaul challenges.
For service providers, this has resulted in improved customer experience and, in turn, an increase in subscriber base, which is enhancing both short and long-term growth prospects.
Edited by Brooke Neuman