Covergence Inc. has launched its Secure Connections Program, which it said is designed to enable organizations to deploy VoIP and real-time collaboration services to an array of SIP endpoints.
Participation in the Secure Connections Program requires that an organizations VoIP and real-time collaboration endpoints pass a series of tests to ensure they can deliver comprehensive, end-to-end security when used with Covergences Eclipse access-edge session border controller (aSBC).
The Eclipse aSBC combines traditional SBC functionality with comprehensive security features and management tools to allow organizations to scale performance, reliability and quality at the access edge of the network. It also enables the deployment of services such as presence-enabled instant messaging, audio, video, multimedia conferencing and click-to-dial.
Eclipse also provides security for VoIP, real-time video and other SIP applications.
Products from Avaya Inc., Linksys and Samsung are among those already certified with the program.
Covergence Inc. www.covergence.com