Oracle made another move to bolster its telecom equipment portfolio, reaching a deal Monday to acquire Tekelec for an undisclosed sum.
Oracle said it will buy networking vendor Acme Packet in a deal valued at $2.1 billion, pushing it deeper into the wired and wireless networking market at a time when wired broadband and mobile data traffic is increasing.
Oracle reached a deal on Monday to acquire Acme Packet, a session border controller vendor, for $2.1 billion, enhancing its enterprise and service provider service capabilities.
Acme Packet on Monday bolstered its North American and Asia Pacific sales forces by naming Paul Wilson as Vice President for APAC sales, and Vin La Rocca as Vice President for North American Enterprise Sales.
Session border controller vendor Acme Packet's shares declined almost 16 percent on Friday after revealing a lower than expected financial forecast for the second quarter of 2012.
The market for enterprise session border controllers grew about 60 percent in 2011, primarily due to an even bigger jump of 88 percent in the market for SIP trunking services being offered by
Vendor-agnostic session border controllers (SBCs) will continue to play a key role as more and more businesses adopt SIP trunking for their voice and unified communications (UC) needs, Acme Packet
Cisco's (Nasdaq: CSCO) U.S. enterprise customer base growth may provide investors the confidence they need when it reports fiscal second quarter earnings this Wednesday, Feb. 8. As reported in
Trading in Acme Packet (Nasdaq: APKT) on the Nasdaq was temporarily halted this afternoon as the network equipment vendor reported that its fourth quarter earnings missed estimates. Investors
As service providers maintain a tight grip on their purse strings, Acme Packet (Nasdaq: APKT), one of the early Session Border Controller pioneers, is revising its Q4 2011 earnings forecast. The