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Samsung enters enterprise networking space

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. today outlined its vision of a converged and ubiquitous mobile network based on IP, a ...


June 21, 2006  


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Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. today outlined its vision of a converged and ubiquitous mobile network based on IP, a series of new network products that address convergence, and a list of strategic alliance partners.

According to the company, mobility has become such an integral part of today’s network and everyone’s daily life that every service provider and network vendor has to address it.

“Today’s network is experiencing unprecedented changes,” says Youngsoo Ryu, GM and senior vice president at Samsung.

“While data and voice convergence is in full swing, wired and wireless convergence is beginning to gather momentum. We see incredible opportunities to address the new growing market, where a single converged network providing voice, data, and video over any access medium is increasingly becoming wireless.”

Samsung said it plans to deliver convergence for the enterprise market through four key product areas: networking infrastructure, voice communications, mobility, and security.

Strategic alliance partners include Avaya, Microsoft and Meru Networks.