Calgary Based Company Leading Advancements in Network Security
Calgary, Alberta – September 20, 2010 – Wedge Networks Inc. (Wedge), the leader in high performance network-based web security solutions, announced it has been awarded a 2010 TechRev Innovators Award for leadership and excellence in technology innovation.
Honoured at a reception for key industry players, Wedge Networks was recognized for its patented operating system: WedgeOS. WedgeOS has broken the performance barrier in providing transparent Deep Content Inspection of network traffic, enabling organizations to protect themselves from web based threats that traditional scanning methods have difficulty controlling. This compelling technology was selected after a rigorous application process which included over 300 companies being evaluated on a number of elements including those relating to financial performance, operational growth, and market viability.
“We are delighted that our company was recognized at this prestigious event that highlights new advancements in technology” said Hongwen Zhang, Wedge President & CEO. “This award validates Wedge Networks’ direction as an innovator in providing solution to solve the performance and accuracy problems faced when inspecting high bandwidth and complex networks. Recognition like this showcases the abilities of a Canadian company to be a technology leader on the global stage.”
About TechRev Awards
Showcasing innovation in the technology sector, TechRev focuses on bringing awareness to technology being developed in Calgary that is being adopted on a global scale. Visit www.techrev.ca for more information and the complete list of winners.
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