Squire Technologies and ATS have successfully combined to provide a tier 1 telecommunications operator in Italy with a solution to protect their customers' networks.
Online PR News – 23-February-2012 – – Squire Technologies, the global signalling specialists to the telecommunications industry, and ATS, the Italian support specialists, are pleased to announce that they have successfully provided one of Italy’s largest telecommunications providers with a solution to enhance the security of their customers’ telecommunication networks.
The solution, which combines Squire’s Session Border Controller (SBC) and ATS’ expertise in providing support and local services, was selected as the company sought to protect their business and enterprise customers’ networks. They were conscious of providing security to their Business/Enterprise Customers as they connect, via the public IP network, directly to International Operators. The Squire/ATS partnership provided the required combination of a reliable and robust Squire product alongside ATS service expertise. The solution places the robust Session Border Controller (SVI-SBC) of Squire Technologies between the Italian company’s private and public IP networks.
Mauro Di Lelio, Managing Director of ATS explained, “One of the customer’s biggest concerns when reviewing available SBC’s was security. The SVI-SBC from Squire has proven to be a formidable guardian, providing a comprehensive range of security functionality such as DDoS prevention and Firewall/NAT traversal.”
Simon Dinnage, Business Development Director at Squire Technologies commented, “We’re understandably delighted that such a reputable company have chosen our SBC. With The SBC’s high availability of 99.999% and intuitive user interface we’re confident that their customers will enjoy the benefits of the SBC they have invested in.”
The feature-rich SBC enables CLI based number modification and transcoding with a comprehensive range of call control and operations functionality. It also allows for HTTPS/ SSH Management, IPSEC, malformed packet protection, rogue RTP protection, SRTP, TLS signalling and topology hiding.