Chennai, Feb 22 (UNI) US-based NeoAccel is eyeing a share of the 3.2 billion USD virtual private network and firewall security market with the industry's ''first'' SSL VPN-Plus remote access product, that would enable ''effective audio and video conferencing across multiple corporations.'' Informing this at a press conference here today, NeoAccel Chairman and CEO Michel Susai said the SSL VPN-Plus provided injected latency of just ten milliseconds for the voice over internet protocol (VoIP) calls and video conferencing sessions, eliminating the performance problems that had until now made SSL VPNs unacceptable for real-time applications and video conferencing across multiple corproations.
''Until now, vendors and users of VoIP and video conferencing applications have largely avoided first and second generation SSL VPNs as they inject so much latency, that call and video quality degrades to unacceptable levels.'' With the SSL VPN market adaptation globally set to touch 900 million USD in 2009, he said the market for NeoAccel's SSL VPN-Plus product was immense. In 2004, the adaptation was 127 million USD.
Software development had come a big way in India, raising concerns about security aspect, he said, adding the average annual spend by small and medium enterprises on security ranged between 8,000 and 14,000 USD, while large enterprises spent about 1,70,000 USD.