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Enterasys Networks Records Strong Growth and Continued Product Leadership


August 24, 2011

Enterasys Networks, a Siemens Enterprise Communications unified communications company, announced it has maintained sequential revenue growth for seven quarters.

The company’s product innovations and enhancements prompted many enterprises to migrate from competitors’ to Enterasys’ solutions for significant technological value and lower cost, according to company officials.

“We are thrilled to show consistent revenue growth and, given our recent product leadership and innovation, are on track for further success,” said Chris Crowell, president and CEO of Enterasys Networks.  “We have seen growth across all of our major geographies, with several multi-million dollar deals in the last quarter alone speaking to our focus on execution.”

The company continued to expand across several key world-wide regions. Its new products received attention in the market. Enterasys Networks also announced several new partnerships over the past six months.

“The switched Ethernet business was under market pressure in Q2 CY 2011. Revenues for this product category declined three percent year over year and grew by eight percent sequentially,” said Alan Weckel, senior director at analyst firm Dell'Oro Group, in a statement. “Enterasys delivered a solid quarter with a sequential growth of 25 percent and year over year of 24 percent in Q2.”

Enterasys solutions assisted Boston College to automatically prioritize and secure more than 20,000 networked devices used by over 15,000 students and employees.  

“Interoperating with other vendors and adhering to a standards-based, open architecture is very important to us as we build on our current network,” said Joseph Harrington, director of network services at Boston College. “The edge provisioning and security capabilities of Enterasys solutions have given us increased visibility and control over unknown users, guests and systems.”

Recently, TMC, a global, integrated media company, named Enterasys Networks' Global Technical Assistance Center as a recipient of a Customer Interaction Solutions magazine 2011 CRM Excellence Award.

 

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Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Carrie Schmelkin




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