WALLINGFORD, Conn. – January 25, 2006 – VBrick Systems, Inc. (www.VBrick.com), an industry leader in affordable video over IP network solutions, today announced that it has received Frost & Sullivan’s 2005 Excellence in Technology of the Year Award in the Video Over IP Technologies market. The Award spotlights VBrick for providing powerful digital video capabilities that enable organizations to use video as easily as e-mail for rapid and reliable communications. Organizations rely on VBrick for applications including real-time collaboration, distance learning, streaming presentations across the Internet, and video-on-demand for training and education.
Frost & Sullivan’s Excellence in Technology of the Year Award recognizes companies that have pioneered a technology that has impacted – and has potential to shape – several market sectors. Frost & Sullivan selects Award recipients using extensive criteria including technology innovation, potential for market adoption, as well as primary and secondary market research.
“By acknowledging organizations for both technological innovation and market impact, the Excellence in Technology of the Year Award is a barometer for companies that are well positioned to shape the technology landscape,” said Sivakumar Muthuramalingam, industry analyst, Technical Insights, Frost & Sullivan. “VBrick’s solutions have taken digital video performance and intuitive ease-of-use to the next level while also setting veritable benchmarks in the process.”
“We are honored that Frost & Sullivan recognizes VBrick for enabling key business activities such as creating video collaboration between remote offices, streaming an important CEO presentation to all global employees, providing on-demand lesson plans for a new educational dynamic, and enhancing security via real-time remote surveillance,” said Fred Geyer, CEO of VBrick Systems, Inc. “Frost & Sullivan’s Excellence in Technology of the Year Award underscores VBrick’s innovative digital video solutions that provide organizations with the dynamic visual communications that foster innovation while minimizing costs.”