|[February 21, 2005]
Enterasys Networks CTO John Roese to Present at INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO Miami 2005
ANDOVER, Mass. --(Business Wire)-- Feb. 21, 2005 --
Network visionary will discuss strategies for selecting, implementing and securing large-scale VoIP solutions
Enterasys Networks(R) (NYSE: ETS), the Secure Networks Company(TM), today announced that John Roese, the company's chief technology officer, will be a featured speaker at this week's INTERNET TELEPHONY(R) Conference & EXPO at the Miami Hyatt Regency Hotel. An internationally renowned authority on networking and security, Roese holds multiple patents, is an author of key industry standards, and is an expert on Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), wireless technology and machine-to-machine communications.
In his presentation--IP Telephony for the Large Scale Enterprise--Roese will discuss the business benefits of VoIP and related convergence technologies and how these applications require powerful network security. Scheduled for Tuesday, February 22 at noon, the session will emphasize how security embedded in the network infrastructure helps enterprises avoid the business-crippling effects of internal and external threats that quickly can bring down data and voice communications on a converged network.
Members of the media interested in meeting with Roese at the conference or scheduling an interview to discuss his remarks should contact Christine Atkinson at CHEN PR (email@example.com 781-466-8282, ext. 39).
"As VoIP deployments increase exponentially, so too do a wide range of current and emerging threats. Identifying and mitigating these security risks is a critical concern that many organizations continue to face," said Roese. "Enterasys Secure Networks solutions enable enterprises to deal effectively with these risks so they can maintain business continuity and productivity. In addition to delivering the highest levels of infrastructure performance and security, Enterasys is a charter member of VOIPSA--a cross-industry group dedicated to helping organizations understand and avoid VoIP security threats."
INTERNET TELEPHONY(R) Conference & EXPO is a targeted and innovative four-day conference and tradeshow offering a comprehensive education for selecting and deploying VoIP solutions. IP telephony voice and data products offer businesses and telecommunications service providers a lower-cost, more feature-rich alternative to traditional telecom services.
"We are very pleased that John will be participating in this year's show. Enterasys Networks is widely recognized and respected as an industry leader, and I am confident that our attendees will appreciate and value the opportunity to hear his perspective on effectively deploying and securing Voice over IP," said TMC president and conference co-chair, Rich Tehrani. "During the past year, widespread adoption of IP Telephony by global service providers, businesses and governments has reinforced that VoIP is a viable, cost-effective communications solution. As a result, we are seeing a significant number of senior-level executives attending INTERNET TELEPHONY(R) Conference & EXPO as a means of learning about the technology so they too can take advantage of its benefits."
The Enterasys Secure Networks Advantage
Enterasys' industry-leading Secure Networks technology and solutions provide the highest level of infrastructure security available today. Secure Networks delivers the most granular level of security, providing visibility and control down to the network device, individual user and application level. This enables enterprises to quickly and easily detect, assess, locate and protect against attacks. This unmatched security comes from the integrated policy-based management software architecture that works with the embedded security capabilities Enterasys designs into its entire product line. This unique approach offers significant operational and business benefits, unmatched by vendor offerings that add hardware or software to multiple network access points in an attempt to increase security. In fact, Secure Networks technology can even make networks with competitors' equipment more secure.
About John Roese
John Roese is Enterasys Networks' chief technologist and technical visionary, responsible for the company's strategic technical direction. With two decades of experience in networking and security, he oversees the development of the company's technology architectures, including comprehensive Quality of Service, security, management and transport services. Additionally, he is responsible for Enterasys' initiatives in the Internet2 /NGI effort and for coordinating its substantial intellectual property portfolio. An active member of the IEEE, IETF and other industry-standards bodies, Roese is co-author of the recent IEEE 802.1X Port-Based Network Access Control Standard.
About Enterasys Networks
Enterasys Networks is the Secure Networks Company, providing enterprise customers with innovative network infrastructure products, services and solutions that deliver the security, productivity and adaptability benefits required by Global 2000 organizations. For more information on Enterasys Secure Networks and the company's products, including multilayer switches, core routers, WAN routers, wireless LANs, network management, and intrusion defense systems, visit www.enterasys.com.
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