Sipera Systems Receives 2010 Unified Communications Excellence Award

Updated: January 07, 2011

RICHARDSON, Texas, Nov. 18, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Sipera Systems, the leader in real-time Unified Communications (UC) enablement and security, announced today that Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC®), a global, integrated marketing company, has named UC-Sec as a recipient of a 2010 Unified Communications Excellence Award. Sipera UC-Sec appliances offer comprehensive VoIP and UC security that enables enterprises to confidently deploy UC applications over any network, to any device.

"UC-Sec provides our enterprise customers with a plug-and-play platform that secures Unified Communications such as VoIP, video and other collaboration tools without compromising application performance," said Adam Boone, Vice President of Marketing and Product Management at Sipera.

"Now enterprises can adopt VoIP and UC, and utilize SIP trunks, without violating information security compliance or increasing the risk of toll fraud, eavesdropping, identity theft and many other common attacks. We're honored that TMC has recognized UC-Sec's functionality with this 2010 Excellence Award, and are working to further innovate in the enterprise UC and smartphone security market."

The Sipera UC-Sec appliance is easily integrated into the enterprise network and is interoperable with all leading brands of UC solutions. UC-Sec enables:

  • SIP trunk termination on the enterprise premises, for low-cost telecom with the industry's best protection against toll fraud and intrusion.
  • Secure VoIP and UC to any supporting end device, including IP phones, smartphones, tablets, soft-clients and other devices – all within enterprises' control
  • "Borderless UC," enabling an enterprise to extend its communications to employees, partners and customers in any location without violating compliance or increasing security risk. Now teleworkers, distributed call centers and even supply-chain collaboration can be conducted with no special end-point devices or modifications.
  • Compliant UC, permitting specific applications to be monitored, recorded and encrypted to meet information security rules and regulations, with no impact on performance.

"Sipera has proven its commitment to excellence while providing solutions in the UC marketplace. We are pleased to grant a 2010 Unified Communications Excellence Award to UC-Sec," said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. "Congratulations to Sipera on receiving this award and we look forward to future innovations."

Unified Communications Excellence Award winners are published in the October 2010 issue of Unified Communications magazine, www.uc-mag.com. Unified Communications magazine is devoted to educating readers on employing unified communications (UC) solutions. For more information about TMC, please visit www.tmcnet.com.

About Unified Communications Magazine

Launched in July 2007, Unified Communications magazine is devoted to educating enterprise decision makers on why and how they need to deploy unified communications (UC) solutions. Every issue of Unified Communications magazine features a comprehensive news section; case studies of successful deployments and lessons learned; interviews with leading hardware and software companies; and an 'industry' section, featuring analysis of important mergers and acquisition, partnerships and a Wall Street perspective on the unified communications market. Unified Communications has a readership of 100,000.

About Sipera Systems

Sipera Systems, the leader in real-time Unified Communications (UC) security solutions, is the choice of enterprises and service providers around the world to support their mission-critical UC deployments.

Sipera offers groundbreaking solutions that secure voice, video, messaging, collaboration, and other real-time communications in converged IP networks, boosting compliance with information security requirements and simplifying the adoption of UC. Sipera's innovative Borderless UC™ architecture delivers secure and private enterprise-class communications to any device over any network in any location.

Backed by the industry-leading research of the VIPER Lab, Sipera's award-winning UC-Sec appliance provides comprehensive threat protection, policy enforcement, access control, and encryption in a single, flexible, plug-and-play device. The UC-Sec is pre-integrated with all market-leading UC vendor solutions and is the world's first UC security device to be Common Criteria certified, meeting the stringent international standard for IT security.

Sipera, Borderless UC, the Sipera logo, Sipera UC-Sec, Sipera SLiC, Sipera LAVA and Sipera VIPER Lab are trademarks of Sipera Systems, Inc.

All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

SOURCE Sipera Systems

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