BroadWorks VoIP Application Platform Recognized for the Second Year
GAITHERSBURG, MD, February 2, 2009 - BroadSoft, Inc., the leading worldwide provider of VoIP applications, today announced that Technology Marketing Corporation's (TMC) IMS Magazine has named the BroadWorks® VoIP applications platform the recipient of the second annual IMS Leadership Award. This marks the second year BroadSoft® has received the award and showcases the company's leadership in IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS), which is the architectural framework for delivering IP multimedia services over converged networks.
Deployed at more than 400 wireless and wireline service providers worldwide, IMS-compliant BroadWorks offers the widest array of VoIP applications from a single platform, including Hosted PBX, Hosted Unified Communications, Mobile PBX, Business Trunking, and Residential Broadband. By unifying fixed and mobile infrastructures through IMS, the BroadWorks platform allows providers to deliver the same advanced applications over landline, mobile or residential broadband networks.
"BroadWorks is deployed in more IMS networks worldwide than any other application server," said Scott Hoffpauir, co-founder and CTO of BroadSoft. "We are honored to be a recipient of this award and greatly value when BroadSoft receives third-party recognition for playing a critical role in taking next generation, multimedia applications over a converged network to market."
"BroadSoft has proven their outstanding achievements in advancing IMS solutions by earning an IMS Leadership award for BroadWorks. With the significant growth in IMS, receiving this award distinguishes them as a leader in the industry," stated Rich Tehrani, president of TMC. "It is my pleasure to honor BroadSoft for their contributions in transforming the industry."
About IMS Magazine
IMS Magazine, www.imsmag.com, is devoted to teaching the service provider community about the massive opportunities afforded to them in the move to IP Multimedia Subsystems (IMS)-based architectures. IMS Magazine focuses on wireless and wireline opportunities, as well as the intersection of the two. IMS Magazine has grown its circulation to 40,804 since its premier issue in January 2006.
Technology Marketing Corporation (TMC) is an integrated global media company helping our clients build communities in print, in person and online. TMC publishes Customer Interaction Solutions, INTERNET TELEPHONY, Unified Communications, and IMS Magazine. TMC is also the first publisher to test new products in its own on-site laboratories, TMC Labs. TMCnet, TMC's Web site, is the leading source of news and articles for the communications and technology industries. TMCnet is read by three million unique visitors each month worldwide, according to Webtrends. In addition, TMC produces INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO, Call Center 2.0 Conference and Communications Developer Conference. For more information about TMC, visit www.tmcnet.com.
BroadSoft® provides VoIP application software that enables the delivery of hosted telephony and multimedia services. After the 2008 acquisitions of Sylantro and the GENBAND M6 product line, BroadSoft has emerged as the undisputed market leader of VoIP application servers. BroadSoft's family of carrier-class products, including its award-winning flagship BroadWorks® technology, empowers wireless, wireline and cable carriers to deliver next-generation voice and multimedia applications and advanced features that enable them to increase revenue, enhance competitive differentiation and elevate customer satisfaction. BroadSoft's products deliver the scale, open architecture and reliability that the world's leading telecommunications companies demand to serve mission-critical enterprise and residential broadband customers. BroadSoft provides VoIP applications to 15 of the top 25 largest carriers worldwide, as measured by recent annual revenue, including KPN, Korea Telecom, Qwest, SingTel, Sprint, Swisscom, Telefonica de Espana, Telstra, T-Systems, and Verizon. For additional information, go to www.broadsoft.com.