Streamcore Solutions Wins 2011 INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award
TMC, a global integrated media company, has recognized Streamcore's StreamGroomers with the 2011 INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award.
Streamcore is a provider of WAN 2.0 assurance solutions to enable reliable delivery of business-critical Unified Communications and Collaboration over any cloud. Streamcore's StreamGroomers delivers advanced classification, visibility and control technologies that help monitor and guarantee the performance of audio/video communications and SaaS collaboration applications.
"We are quite pleased to receive this award," said Diaa Elyaacoubi, Streamcore's CEO. "We believe whole heartedly in Streamcore technology. But, it is important to have our products validated by a credible, third-party such as INTERNET TELEPHONY,” Elyaacoubi added in a release. “We are grateful to be recognized for our contributions to IP communications as we strive to continually help our customers and ensure the success of their UCC deployments."
Officials said that the StreamGroomers can also be deployed in traditional MPLS networks or at the corporate Internet access.
"Taking risks to advance IP communications technology and provide real solutions has earned Streamcore recognition from the editors of INTERNET TELEPHONY and the INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award.”
“Streamcore deserves this award for delivering winning solutions to IT staffs that struggle to manage the rapid growth of real-time traffic on their networks. Streamcore customers are extremely pleased and have great praise for Streamcore products," said Erik Linask, group editorial director of INTERNET TELEPHONY.
The winners of the 2011 INTERNET TELEPHONY Excellence Award have been published in the October issue of INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine, www.itmag.com.
In related news, Streamcore has been selected by Avaya, a global provider of business collaboration systems, software and services, for membership in the Avaya DevConnect program.
Deepika Mala is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves