Sinch has once again been recognized as a “Tier 1 Signaling Firewall vendor” by the Roaming Consulting Company (ROCCO), in its 2020 Signaling Firewall Vendor Performance Report.
The report is based on a survey of 121 Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) from 87 countries, and rates 21 Signaling Firewall vendors. It aims to identify the best of the best in Signaling Firewall vendors and share the advice of MNOs from a neutral third-party perspective.
The report looks at a wide range of KPIs in the areas of Performance, Leadership, and Value. And of all the vendors rated in the report, Sinch was one of only four given a Tier 1 rating.
In fact, Sinch was ranked first in 14 of the 40 criteria evaluated for this report. We scored significantly higher marks than the competition in the Simple to Work With, Customer Oriented, Local Expertise, Global Presence, and Reputation categories. Other notable top-ranking results were in the areas of Understanding of the Industry, Excellence in Value Added Services (VAS) Offerings, Industry Expertise, and Innovation.
The report also highlights the growing popularity of Signaling Firewalls among operators to safeguard customers and ensure compliance with a growing emphasis from regulatory authorities. This is an issue which we find hugely important at Sinch, and we are honored, humbled, and proud to receive recognition in this area.
“The world’s telecom signaling networks are increasingly being exploited, exposing subscriber safety vulnerabilities and questioning the trust in operator services,” Petter Näslund, VP for the Operator Product Line at Sinch, comments “A Signaling Firewall is the best way to counter these threats, and they have become a critical part of mobile network operator infrastructure.”
We work hard at Sinch to offer you the best, and we are proud to once again be recognized as a top Signaling Firewall vendor by the global MNO community. As Näslund says. “It underlines our continued commitment to developing exceptional security technology and our understanding of the security needs of operators.”
Find out about the Sinch Signaling Firewall here.