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Eleven Offers White-Label Integration Of Email Security Technology As A Managed Service

Solution enables carriers, hosters, and ISPs to integrate managed e-mail security services into their own portfolio for their customers

BERLIN, May 26 /PRNewswire/ -- eleven, Germany's leading e-mail security specialist, is now offering white-label integration of their unique e-mail security technology as a managed service for carriers, ISPs and web hosters of all sizes. This carrier-grade solution offers extreme scalability, language-independent protection from spam and related malware as well as ensuring business-relevant e-mail communication at all times. eleven's white-label solution enables leading carriers, hosters and ISPs to integrate high performance managed e-mail security services into their own portfolio for their customers. Additionally, eleven also offers this new service as a co-hosting model for larger carriers and ISPs.

Maximum flexibility

eleven's integrated e-mail security technology offers the highest accuracy in spam detection with rates well over 99 percent and Zero False Positives(R), maximum scalability ideally suited for ISPs and carriers with tens of millions of e-mail accounts, and superior flexibility for easy integration into complex e-mail infrastructures.

eleven's managed service operates as an upstream e-mail server which checks incoming e-mails prior to delivering them to the e-mail servers of the ISP, carrier or web hoster. As a managed service, eleven's technology runs completely independent of the carrier, ISP or web hoster platforms.

"Our solution offers carrier-grade white-label integration of our high performance managed e-mail security service for carriers and ISPs of all sizes - particularly leading multinational carriers," said Robert Rothe, founder and CEO of eleven. "As Germany's market leader in e-mail security we guarantee high quality, maximum scalability, 'future proof' security and great end-user satisfaction."

eleven - e-mail security made in Germany

eleven is Germany's leading e-mail security provider. eXpurgate is the world's only spam filter and e-mail categorisation service that offers reliable protection against spam and phishing e-mails, recognises potentially dangerous e-mails and differentiates between individual e-mails and any kind of bulk e-mail. What's more, eXpurgate also offers a powerful e-mail firewall and a comprehensive range of options for protecting against viruses.

More than 30,000 businesses of all sizes use the eXpurgate service. eXpurgate checks and categorizes over 1 billion e-mails every day. Alongside internet service providers such as T-Online, O2, Vodafone and freenet, eleven's client base includes many well-known companies and public institutions such as Air Berlin, the Association of German Banks, DATEV, the Free University of Berlin, Landesbank Berlin, Mazda, RTL and Tobit Software. Further information can be found at http://www.eleven.de.

Contact

eleven GmbH Sascha Krieger Hardenbergplatz 2 10623 Berlin Germany Phone: +49(0)30/52-00-56-273 E-Mail: [email protected]

http://www.eleven.de

consense communications gmbh Eva Buschmann Nymphenburger Strasse 86 80636 Munich Germany Phone: +49(0)89/23-00-26-45 E-Mail: [email protected]

http://www.consense-communications.de

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