Network security issue burns at 17th Convergence India

One of the most relevant issues for the communications industry was taken up at the international conference, on the last day of 17th Convergence India is that of security. Network security is one of the biggest challenges facing enterprises. Insider thefts and accidental data loss are two of the main concerns for any organization.

Solutions and strategies were visible in abundance at the international exhibition and conference. Net Optics showcased their network security products & solutions, which are for managing high speed data flows. Their 10 GB Aggregator Tap is the only device in the world which can monitor data flows up to the speed of 10 GB.

P.K. Lim, Managing Director – South Asia & ANZ, Blue Coat Systems emphasizes the need for utilizing bandwidth capacity effectively with solutions for filtering malicious content while accelerating application delivery. “We need solutions to stop the bad and accelerate the good,” he asserted, while speaking at the Convergence India international conference on “The Infosecurity Challenge: How do the good guys win?”

Many other companies chose the Convergence India platform for their product launches this year. European optical transport solutions provider launched the ‘Ekinops 360 – a breakthrough video transport solution that enables the aggregation and transport of multiple, non-compressed video signals over one wavelength, supporting all the newest video protocols over long distances.

Railtel announced the launch of its NLD service for carriage of inter-circle voice traffic of operators using NGN networks. With this network, Railtel is now the only operator in the country using an NGN based network for voice, having its own fiber network.

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