By Telecom Lead Team:
Acme Packet, a provider of session delivery networks, and Digital China, an
integrated IT services provider in China, announced that Digital China will
serve as a key distribution channel and services partner for Acme Packet in the
delivery network solutions combine industry-leading capabilities with support
for Microsoft, Avaya, Huawei, and other unified communications (UC) offerings.
We believe this will complement Digital China’s vision of building
next-generation IP communication networks for their customers and boost
distribution in the region,” said Mark Vella, vice president, business
development, Acme Packet.
The company said that
Digital China can now enable its customers to deliver secure, high-quality
interactive communications services over IP, including cloud solutions, basic
voice over IP (VoIP), and unified communications and collaboration (UC&C)
by including Acme Packet products and solutions in its portfolio.
“We share Acme
Packet’s vision of using first-class session border controllers (SBC) to enable
full IP communications. By including Acme Packet in our product portfolio, we
will be able to provide local resellers, system integrators, and service
provider resellers with a secure, reliable network infrastructure for
interactive multimedia communications,” said Yu Zijian, systems technology
service SBU, vice president, Digital China.
Digital China will
help customers integrate cloud solutions, presence-enabled voice, interactive
video, instant messaging, and collaboration into their UC deployments by using
Acme Packet’s session delivery network.
The advanced security capabilities
in Acme Packet’s enterprise session border controllers are designed to allow
Digital China’s customers to protect their network borders and save
A few months
back, Acme Packet announced that Norwegian communications service provider Altibox
deployed Acme Packet’s Net-Net 4500 Session Director (SD) session border
controllers (SBCs) as part of its re-designed residential VoIP service.