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News : Tadiran Telecom's Aeonix Solution Receives Acme Security Approval
PETACH TIKVA, Israel, Nov 21, 2013 -- Tadiran Telecom, a global supplier of software solutions, announces its Aeonix solution has received Oracle's Acme Packet's Technical Certification, meeting the highest standards for session border control security and authentication.
Aeonix R2, which was released to the market earlier this year, is Tadiran's flagship Unified Communications & Collaboration (UC&C) solution. It is designed for distributed environments and can support up to 25,000 users with enhanced Active high availability capabilities and built in Contact Center and Dispatch Console applications.
The added compatibility with the Acme Packet provides Aeonix users with VOIP firewalls, protecting their calls and data transfers for both regular VOIP calls and video calls. The certification was granted to Aeonix following extensive mutual testing and configuration carried out earlier this year, but required no alterations in the Aeonix solution.
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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About Tadiran Telecom:
Tadiran Telecom Ltd is a telecommunications company which offers enterprises complete converged communications solutions that support voice, data, video and advanced applications. It is represented by a global network of more that 200 distributors and affiliates in 40 countries.
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Published: Monday, November 25, 2013