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Sandvine wins Communications Technology Readersí Choice Award

SCTE trade journal says P2P Policy Management "exemplifies the best"

Waterloo, Ont. and Potomac, Md. – May 27th, 2003: Communications Technology, the Official Trade Journal of the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE), has named Sandvine Peer-to-Peer Policy Management the magazine’s 2003 Readers’ Choice Award winner in the high-speed data category. CT’s annual “Readers’ Choice” contest honors the industry’s most innovative new products. Sandvine was selected as a finalist by a panel of leading industry engineers, including:

  • Dick Rohm, Engineering Director, NorWest Division, CableOne
  • Vicki Marts, Metropolitan Transport Center/Hub Manager, Cox
  • Jeff Tate, SVP of Engineering and Technology, Susquehanna Communications
  • Larry Dodd, Regional Engineer, Midcontinent Communications
  • Steve Johnson, Senior Director, Engineering and Technology, Time Warner
  • John Hildebrand, VP, Multimedia, Cox
  • Patrick Forde, VP, New Technologies, Insight
  • Charlie Kennamer, VP, Digital Engineering, Comcast

Attendees at the SCTE’s 20th anniversary Cable-Tec Expo, May 11-14 in Philadelphia, cast the final votes for the winners. “We are very pleased to be honored by Communications Technology readers and attendees at the 20th-anniversary Cable-Tec Expo,” said Dave Caputo, co-founder, president and CEO of Sandvine Incorporated. “Our sincere thanks to the panelists and voters who recognized the value of our unique approach to managing the impact of P2P traffic on MSO networks.” “The bandwidth dominance of file-sharing is real and the solutions to manage it are available now to all broadband service providers,” Caputo said. “This year’s Readers’ Choice competition was extremely competitive,” said Tim Hermes, publisher of Communications Technology. “The winners in each category exemplify the best new technologies our industry has to offer. Communications Technology proudly congratulates all winners and commends the top-notch products that competed as finalists.”

Visit Sandvine at SUPERCOMM: Atlanta, Georgia; June 2-5th, 2003
Hall C, Booth 11327

About Sandvine

Sandvine’s award-winning network equipment helps service providers better manage the growing burden of peer-to-peer (P2P) activity while building more profitable relationships with their subscribers. To reduce network costs, Sandvine Peer-to-Peer Policy Management helps service providers take control of P2P traffic and achieve new operational efficiencies. To improve revenues, Sandvine's Subscriber Services Cluster provides a platform for easy deployment of network-based anti-virus, firewall and content filtering services to residential Internet subscribers. Sandvine products are suitable for all broadband and narrowband networks, cable or DSL. To find out more, visit Sandvine online at

About Communications Technology

Published by PBI Media, LLC, Communications Technology offers broadband engineering for your bottom line and enables broadband engineering professionals to cost-effectively optimize network performance and deliver revenue-generating advanced services. PBI Media, LLC is a full-service, business-to-business information and marketing solutions provider headquartered in Potomac, Maryland. PBI Media’s Broadband Group publishes cutting-edge broadband technology engineering news and analysis through publications and events such as Communications Technology, CT’s Pipeline, CableFAX Daily, CableFAX Magazine, the CableFAX Leaders Retreat and the Broadband Leaders Retreat.


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