announces that Infonetics Research, identified Acme Packet as the leader in the enterprise session border controller market, with 32% market share by revenue in 2010.
Acme Packet doubled its E-SBC business in 2010, increasing its share in a market that grew by 70%, according to Infonetics in its April 18 report, “Enterprise Session Border Controllers, Annual Worldwide and Regional Market Size and Forecasts.” Infonetics projects rapid market growth driven by the adoption of SIP trunking and the interconnection of disparate interactive communications systems to create enterprise-wide networks.
Noted by Infonetics as a primary driver for E-SBC growth, SIP trunks use Internet protocols to provide a flexible and low-cost alternative for connecting voice, video and unified communications systems to service provider networks. E-SBCs provide strong security, easy interoperability and assured reliability for these applications.
The Acme Packet E-SBC product line generated approximately 17% of the company’s business in 2010. As of March 31, 2011, Acme Packet reached new milestones in its enterprise business, including:
- Over 1,800 E-SBCs installed worldwide
- 379 customers, including 32 of the Fortune 100
- Over 1.7M active sessions licensed
Acme Packet offers a broad range of solutions for the deployment of interactive communications in enterprise and contact center networks. Its E-SBCs terminate service provider SIP trunks, connect disparate enterprise voice, video and unified communications systems, secure access to hosted and cloud-based services, and enable communications with remote workers.