Polycom
Polycom is a global leader in Unified Communications (UC) solutions. For over 20 years, Polycom has led the industry in setting the standard for enterprise class communications. The Polycom Open Collaboration Network enables best of breed, Unified Communications (UC) solutions while ensuring customers' flexibility and investment protection. Polycom delivers fully integrated, end-to-end UC offerings that leverage our complete portfolio of voice, video, telepresence, and infrastructure solutions. Polycom's vision and strategy is to enable UC Everywhere - allowing people to communicate and collaborate anywhere on multiple devices.
(Source: www.polycom.com)

Aruba
Aruba Networks is a leading provider of next-generation network access solutions for the mobile enterprise. The company's Mobile Virtual Enterprise (MOVE) architecture unifies wired and wireless network infrastructures into one seamless access solution for corporate headquarters, mobile business professionals, remote workers and guests. This unified approach to access networks dramatically improves productivity and lowers capital and operational costs.

Aruba MOVE architecture is ideal for bring-your-own device (BYOD) initiatives. Aruba embraces BYOD by giving corporate IT mobile device access control. With Aruba MOVE, personal mobile devices can connect securely to the network in accordance with corporate policies.
(Source: www.arubanetworks.com)

Exinda
Exinda Networks is a global supplier of Unified Performance Management solutions for enterprise, government and service provider clients. Founded in 2002, Exinda's mission is to ensure optimal and consistent application performance over the WAN and reduce network operating costs.

Exinda Application Acceleration and Traffic Management technologies greatly enhance user access experience by offering LAN-like performance for the WAN. The Traffic Management technologies help you accurately understand how applications are being used, their performance over time, network use patterns and where the points of congestions are. The policies based QoS assign the right amount of resource to each application and maintain a fair use policy of the infrastructure eliminating congestion.
(Source: www.exinda.com)

Plantronics
Plantronics was founded in 1961 in Santa Cruz, California and has been in the market for more than 50 years. Being the leader in the market, this product offers one of the industry's most complete families of corded and wireless products for unified communications. It is widely recognized for their sound quality, reliability and comfort and has been the world’s leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of communication devices. Their products are used globally by everyone from pilots, astronauts and the 911 emergency workers to 100% of the Fortune 100. Plantronics is the choice for everyone united by digital technology and the human needs to communicate.

infoexpress
infoexpress the Dynamic NAC - Network Access Control without Network Changes is how we described the Number 1 rated NAC solution that provides the easiest installation and deployment. The company has been long in the market to segment their potentials and line among the finest in the market. The company has provided network access control solutions since 2000, providing network security solutions which protect enterprise networks and the endpoints connecting to them. At the core of infoExpress solution is the award winning Dynamic NAC Software Suite, which ensures endpoints are safe and compliant with security policies by performing real-time audits and quarantining of all network-attached endpoints. infoExpress products have received numerous awards for innovation. The privately held company is headquartered in Mountain View, California. Enterprises should evaluate InfoExpress' capabilities when NAC requirements are driven by diverse IT environments
(Source: www.infoexpress.com)

Radware
Radware is a global leader of application delivery and application security solutions for virtual and cloud data centers. Its award-winning solutions portfolio delivers full resilience for business-critical applications, maximum IT efficiency, and complete business agility. Radware's solutions empower more than 10,000 enterprise and carrier customers worldwide to adapt to market challenges quickly, maintain business continuity and achieve maximum productivity while keeping costs down.
(Source: www.radware.com)

Wildpackets
WildPackets is the leading provider of network, application performance, and protocol analysis, VoIP monitoring, and troubleshooting solutions.

WildPackets delivers a range of award-winning network performance management, application, and VoIP analysis products and services to the finance, government, education, healthcare, and technology industries. WildPackets solutions are fully extensible and include training, professional service, custom engineering, and support offerings.
(Source: www.wildpackets.com)

Palo Alto
Palo Alto array of products are among the finest in the market of next generation firewalls. Their technologies bring business-relevant fundamentals which covers the applications, users, and content under policy control on a high performance firewall design. This technology runs on a high-performance, purpose-built platform based on Palo Alto Networks single-pass parallel processing (SP3) architecture. Unique to the SP3 architecture, traffic is only examined once, using hardware with dedicated processing resources for security, networking, content scanning and management to provide line-rate, low-latency performance under load.
(Source: www.paloaltonetworks.com)

HP
HP Networking offers a wide range of products ranging from switches, wireless, routers, network management, HP Tipping Point Security, unified communication, application delivery platform and solutions, storage networking switches and solutions, ProLiant networking, HP 9000 and HP Integrity server connectivity, blade switches and few more other offerings that has made HP the most innovative brand in the market. HP has been in the networking and switching business for decades and continues to grow with its comprehensive list of offerings.
(Source: http://h17007.www1.hp.com/my/en/)

Cisco
Cisco have been in the market since 1984 and their Headquarter is in San Jose, California USA. A company that designs, manufactures and sells networking equipment. Overtime and as the market evolves with innovations in technology, Cisco started acquiring few companies to add on to their product range. Between 2006- 2012, Cisco continued to develop its extensive enterprise-focused routing, switching and security portfolio. Quickly growing importance of Ethernet also influenced the company's product lines, prompting the company to morph the successful Catalyst 6500 Ethernet switch into all-purpose Cisco 7600 routing platform. Several acquired companies have grown into $1Bn+ business units for Cisco, including LAN switching, Enterprise Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) platform Webex, and home networking. The latter came as result of Cisco acquiring Linksys in 2003 and in 2010 was supplemented with new product line dubbed Cisco Valet. In the recent merger deals, Cisco bought Starent Networks (a mobile technology company) and Moto Development Group, a product design consulting firm that helped develop Cisco's Flip video camera. In March 2011, Cisco completed the acquisition of privately held network configuration and change management solutions company Pari Networks. Other buy-ins includes Crescendo Networks in 1993 and Tandberg in 2010.
(Source: www.cisco.com)

Peplink
Peplink is the leader in Internet load balancing and VPN bonding solutions. Peplink Balance Multi-WAN Routers have been deployed around the world, helping thousands of customers from varied industries to increase bandwidth, enhance Internet reliability, and reduce costs. Peplink's complete product line includes models for business of all sizes, and provides an award winning Internet experience for customers.

Peplink believes that quality, innovative products, and passionate customer service can help everyone experience a better Internet.
(Source: www.peplink.com)

Sangfor
Sangfor offers Internet Access Management, WAN Optimization, Application Delivery and SSL VPN solution for all industry level. They approach to offer wide range of network security and optimization solutions tailored to fix hitches encountered in IT construction. The result is a complete, dependable system to effectively maximize your networks potential. Undertaking numerous problems such as security, efficiency, stability, availability and ROI considerations is their focus to offer only the best to their customers.
(Source: www.sangfor.com)

Websense
Websense is a company known more for its Internet applications than the company itself. Founded in 1994 with more than 1,500 employees worldwide, their Headquarter is in San Diego, USA. The application involves Internet application filtering or content control. It provides e-mail security and data loss protection. It also tracks Internet usage by risk class of Internet category and site. Though it can be used on a personal computer, its most common usage is by system administrators who oversee a network of computers. It allows the webmaster to limit access to websites that are considered non-work-related, or for a number of others reasons, deemed improper. In a nutshell, Websense offers Email, Web, Data and Mobile Security.
(Source: www.websense.com)

Alcatel-Lucent
Alcatel-Lucent formation was in 2006 when they created the world's first truly worldwide communications solutions provider, with the most complete end-to-end portfolio of solutions and services in the industry. Alcatel-Lucent transcends national borders, with an extensive, well-balanced global presence in terms of resources and revenues, and one of the largest and most innovative R&D capabilities. They are not new in the market as Alcatel-Lucent has been at the forefront of telecommunications since the birth of the industry in the late 19th century. With the booming market of telecoms today, the environment demands of fundamental revision to new realities, new demands, new business models. Today, Alcatel-Lucent stands a leader in mobile, fixed, IP and optics technologies, and a pioneer in applications and services
(Source: www.alcatel-lucent.com)

NEC
NEC has been in the market long to offer wide range of products which includes IP-Telephony. NEC offers a wide range of phones and applications that help businesses benefit from the greater productivity today's phones provide. The UNIVERGE family of desktop phones, in-building wireless systems and softphones help worker quickly and reliably access tools, information and individuals anywhere and at anytime. The many customizable options and advanced features available on NEC phones provide businesses even more flexibility in how they communicate.
(Source: www.necam.com)

Sony CCTV
Sony has always been the preferred brand in the digital technology products. Emerging the market of security, Sony is determined to be the pioneer of CCTV and IP Video monitoring systems. Constantly being innovative and adopting the approach to enhancing its surveillance equipment. Incorporating both the latest technologies and a number of unique features, these systems are recognized throughout the world for providing high-quality images and improving the operational efficiency of both surveillance and general monitoring applications. Sony provides market-leading surveillance products and solutions that include both IP based network video cameras and analogue CCTV cameras, Video servers and IP-Analogue Hybrid Video Recorders and software.
(Source: pro.sony.com)

Samsung CCTV
Samsung has been in the business of optical and image processing technologies accumulated over 30 years. They have positioned their products in the field of security solutions by developing and manufacturing cutting-edge security systems, including the world's best-performing security cameras, digital video recorders, and network control systems. Samsung offers security products that are not just high in performance but also high in resolution and stability to create customers' satisfaction and trust especially when dealing with safety concerns.
(Source: www.samsungsecurity.com)

Axis Communication
Axis a Sweden based IT company was the first company in the world to launch a network camera in 1996, thereby initiating the shift from analog to digital technology. Being the global market leader in network video, Axis products and solutions focus on security surveillance and remote monitoring, and are based on innovative, open technology platforms. Today, Axis Communications operates offices in more than 40 countries and employs over 1000 people offering the market’s broadest product portfolio of network cameras, video encoders, software and accessories, and provides a unique global services.

Axis is growing rapidly and retained its position as clear global market leader in network cameras and was ranked second in the video encoder supplier category*. During the year, Axis received many international awards for its products and solutions in network video, including for cameras equipped with the so-called Lightfinder technology.
(Source: www.axis.com)

eduSmart
eduSmart is an online web-based education portal which is designed specifically for all types of school (private and international school) to be use by their students, teachers, administrators, management as well as parent. The portal and its information are available and accessible online via the internet by all stakeholders 24x7 anywhere in the world. The portal comes with user-friendly interface and easy to use features as required by all administrator, management and teachers in the school.

Students and parents can now easily access information online for marks, grades, attendance from the comfort of their home anytime throughout the day. Teachers can also prepare and work from the house or anywhere in the world. Administrator and Management staff can now access and retrieve information for any campuses via this web-based portal. It has also a unique feature that integrate with a smart card system.