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[February 21, 2013]

Acme Packet certified by Microsoft

Feb 21, 2013 (TELECOMWORLDWIRE via COMTEX) -- Acme Packet (NASDAQ: APKT) said that the company has achieved Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) Gold Certified Partner status in the Microsoft Partner Program, and its Net-Net Enterprise Session director has been fully qualified by Microsoft under the Unified Communications Open Interoperability Program (UCOIP) to ensure interoperability with Microsoft Lync 2013.


With Acme Packet's qualification for Microsoft Lync 2013, Acme Packet can provide enterprises with a smooth integration of Microsoft Lync 2013 unified communications (UC) with legacy telephony environments.

The Net-Net Enterprise Session director streamlines connectivity to service provider SIP trunks by protecting real-time communications from security threats and providing service assurance functions.

Acme Packet enables the trusted, first-class delivery of next-generation voice, video, data and unified communications services and applications across IP networks. For more information visit www.acmepacket.com.

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