Solid IT security partnerships
SSI has longstanding technology partners which have been selectively chosen to complement our solution offering to the industry.
SSI Pacific has selected the following partners:
With more than 380,000 customers—including 100 of the Fortune 100—and with deployments across a wide variety of industries in more than 145 countries around the globe, Oracle offers an optimised and fully integrated stack of business hardware and software systems.
Since 1994 Utimaco has been developing lawful interception and data retention systems for telecom operators and Internet service providers. Utimaco’s carrier-grade systems enable real-time monitoring and long term data retention in public telecommunication networks. The systems interface with essentially all common network technologies and communications services. Utimaco is the preferred LI partner of many of the world’s leading network equipment manufacturers. With around 250 installations in over 80 countries, Utimaco is a leading global supplier in the Lawful Interception and Data Retention market. Utimaco participates in LI standardization and supports international standardization institutes and telecom associations, such as, ETSI, 3GPP, ANSI/ATIS, and Bitkom.
UBiqube is a next generation converged Telecommunication Service and Device Management Software vendor who’s philosophy aligns with the growing service oriented IT paradigm. We have designed an integrated Fulfillment and Assurance Framework (MSActivator™), addressing the needs and challenges of a ‘Cloud and Managed Services Focused’ Network Operation Centre.
Juniper is a Network equipment provider for the high end routing, security and switching market. SSI has delivered Juniper based security solutions in the high end security and data environment for Telco.
RSA with its encryption products is one of the cornerstones of the security industry. Other products include data loss prevention, security, information and event management, identity and access management just to name a few.
CA has been key driver in bringing cloud security solutions to the market. The product set is further refined by federated identity and access management, information management and authentication products.
Allot Communications provides high end Telco applications based on its deep packet inspection engine. Value Added Network and subscriber services products include media caching, mobile cell management, smart broadband charging and others.
Radisys has a 25 year history in providing product sets to the Telco community. Most recently RadiSys have released their own wireless security product. Other products are media gateway solutions and packet core switching products.
F5 is the leading vendor for load balancing equipment in the data communications space. The flexibility of managing data streams allows a multitude of applications from security for wireless networks to intelligent broadband applications just to name a few.
Optenet has been a pioneer in the security management space for broadband content. The Spanish company has maintained true leadership over the years in providing clean pip solutions to broadband service providers.
Wedo Technologies is a worldwide leader in revenue and business assurance. The most recent TM Forum certificate for Business Metrics Automation is a testimony for their strength in the telco business assurance maker.
Infoblox is the leading vendor for secure and scalable DNS server appliances (resolver and caching) and IP management. The company’s products cover the management of DNS, DNSSEC, DHP, IPv4, and IPv6.
More organizations trust Imperva to protect their business applications and databases than any other vendor. Only Imperva delivers innovative technology to give full audit accountability and separation of duties to meet regulatory compliance. The award-winning Imperva SecureSphere is the only solution that delivers full activity monitoring from the database to the accountable application user.
Dell Inc. is a multinational computer technology company. It is well known for its innovations in supply chain management and electronic commerce, particularly its direct-sales model and its “build-to-order” or “configure to order” approach to manufacturing—delivering individual PCs configured to customer specifications. Dell is on the market for IT services, storage and networking systems.