Tuesday, July 20, 2004
Second Readers’ Choice award for Sandvine
Leading broadband trade journal Communications Technology says anti-worm solution for ISPs "exemplifies the best"
Waterloo, Ont. and Potomac, Md.; July 20, 2004 – Sandvine Incorporated today announced that it has won a 2004 Communications Technology Readers’ Choice Award for its Worm and Denial-Of-Service Traffic Mitigation solution for broadband service providers.
Communications Technology (http://www.broadband-pbimedia.com/ct/) is the Official Trade Journal of the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE). Sandvine won its award in the High Speed Data Category, overtaking rival finalists Cisco and Arris to take the category for the second year in a row. Sandvine won in 2003 for its P2P Policy Management solution.
“Cable-Tec Expo attendees were very impressed with this year’s round of Readers’ Choice finalists, with a record number of broadband professionals casting votes,” said Jerry Gunderson, publisher of Communications Technology. “The competition was stiff, and the winners in each category exemplify the best new technologies our industry has to offer.”
Communications Technology’s Readers’ Choice is an annual awards program that honors the industry’s most innovative new products. Companies exhibiting new products at the 2004 SCTE Cable-Tec Expo were eligible for nomination. A panel of industry experts served as judges and narrowed the nominees down to a list of finalists. Attendees at SCTE’s Cable-Tec Expo, June 15-18 in Orlando, Fla., voted for the winners.
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