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London; January 22, 2004 – Sandvine has been named a finalist for the 2004 ISPAs – The 6th annual UK Internet industry awards.
Shortlisted for the “Best Hardware Supplier” category, Sandvine shares the field with industry giants Cisco and Nortel. The award emphasizes customer testimonials, customer support and each contender’s breadth of appeal to the industry.
The Internet Services Providers’ Association’s (ISPA UK) has been organizing The ISPAs since 1999 to celebrate innovation and best practice in the Internet sector. UK daily The Mirror called the 2003 ISPAs "THE internet event of the year."
Senior broadband decision makers and Government representatives will be in attendance. Richard Hooper, Deputy Chairman of Ofcom and Chairman of the Content Board, is this year’s keynote speaker.
Finalists now face judging panels that will select the best in each category. Winners will be announced the evening of February 19th at the London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square.
About the Internet Service Providers Association
The Internet Services Providers’ Association (ISPA) was established in 1995 as a trade association to represent providers of Internet services in the UK. ISPA promotes competition, self-regulation and the development of the Internet industry. For a list of members or other information about ISPA, please consult the website: http://www.ispa.org.uk
Sandvine’s award-winning network equipment helps broadband service providers better manage the growing burden of peer-to-peer (P2P) activity while protecting subscribers and preserving the overall Internet experience. Sandvine Peer-to-Peer Policy Management* helps service providers take control of P2P traffic, stop the proliferation of destructive worm code and achieve new operational efficiencies. Sandvine products are protecting the Internet experience for millions of broadband subscribers worldwide. To find out more, visit Sandvine online at www.sandvine.com.
Mark De Wolf, Public Relations Manager