Allot’s NetEnforcer Honored for Performance, Management, and Comprehensive Support for Networked Applications
MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota – January 3, 2005 - Allot Communications, the Traffic Management Company, today announced that Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC®)’s INTERNET TELEPHONY® magazine ( www.itmag.com ) has awarded a 2004 “Product of the Year Award” to Allot’s NetEnforcer. INTERNET TELEPHONY has been the VoIP Authority Since 1998™.
Allot’s NetEnforcer is the industry’s most powerful network traffic management solution, featuring an innovative processor-array architecture, that provides full Layer 2-7 control. NetEnforcer is the only traffic management device capable of supporting throughput rates of up to five Gigabits/second . Allot’s products are widely recognized as “must-have” equipment in all enterprise and service provider VoIP implementations, because of their inherent ability to monitor, classify and guarantee the quality of VoIP calls. The latest version of NetEnforcer delivers enhanced software, interfaces and services to help organizations manage application and/or subscriber- or user-level traffic for business and recreational applications, including P2P, voice, video and scores of other network applications.
“Each year INTERNET TELEPHONY Magazine bestows its Product of the Year award on companies that have demonstrated excellence in technological advancement and application refinements. Allot Communications has demonstrated to the editors of INTERNET TELEPHONY that its products are committed to quality and innovation, while addressing the real needs in the marketplace,” said Rich Tehrani, Group Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of INTERNET TELEPHONY.
“We’re honored to receive this prestigious award because it further validates the technological leadership that NetEnforcer provides to thousands of customers worldwide,” said Yigal Jacoby, Chairman of Allot Communications . “The NetEnforcer traffic management family continues to focus on performance, management capabilities, and comprehensive support for networked applications such as VoIP, video, P2P, along with frontline security protection. We’re thrilled that INTERNET TELEPHONY Magazine has recognized our leadership in these areas.”
The Product of the Year Award winners for 2004 will be published in the January 2005 issue of INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine. Back