WALLINGFORD, Conn. – September 13, 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 2006 Market Leadership Award for the World Video Encoders Enterprise Market. The Frost & Sullivan award recognizes VBrick’s more than 40 percent global corporate encoder market share, consistent growth, and its continued product innovation.
The award spotlights VBrick for providing powerful and reliable digital video products that are easy to use. Organizations rely on VBrick for a myriad of applications such as streaming live and stored training content to the desktop; establishing distance learning capabilities at universities; enabling real-time virtual presence collaboration between employees; and conducting remote video surveillance and process monitoring.
Frost & Sullivan’s 2006 Market Leadership Award distinguishes companies that identify and anticipate market changes, and shape trends among various enterprise segments including corporate, education, government, and surveillance/security. Frost & Sullivan’s award evaluation criteria includes technology innovation, current market share, projected growth, as well as primary and secondary market research.
“We recognize organizations for advancing their industries and making demonstrable impacts on their customers’ operations and initiatives,” said Vidya S. Nath, research analyst, Frost & Sullivan. “VBrick’s flexible technology and attractive price is a catalyst for organizations to adopt digital video rapidly for enhanced communications clarity and productivity. VBrick is clearly an enterprise digital video appliance leader that is well positioned for continued growth.”
“Frost & Sullivan’s validation of VBrick’s market share leadership reflects the continued value and agility that we provide our global customers,” said John Bazzone, vice president, worldwide sales, VBrick Systems, Inc. “The Frost & Sullivan Market Leadership Award underscores VBrick’s ability to provide organizations with digital video to wireless devices, the desktop, or Internet without worrying about the underlying te