The fully managed ISP solutions by SpamExperts can be installed directly on the servers of the service provider.
Open-Xchange, a provider of business-class open source collaboration
software, and SpamExperts, a provider of e-mail security solutions for
Internet service providers and Web-hosting companies, announced
an agreement to deliver integrated e-mail security to cloud providers
that offer Open-Xchange groupware as a service.
The fully managed ISP solutions by SpamExperts can be installed
directly on the servers of the service provider -- or run as a hosted
cloud service on redundant SpamExperts servers in 10 secure data centers
around the world, while updates, 24/7 monitoring and regular
maintenance help ensure filtering accuracy at all times. A quarantine
system, full API, reporting and many more functions allow full control
of e-mail flows and integration into existing systems.
"With the combination of Open-Xchange and SpamExperts, SAAS providers
can deliver greater value to their SMB customers, while differentiating
themselves in the competitive market by offering professional, secure
and affordable communication solutions," said Rafael Laguna, CEO of
Open-Xchange. "By integrating the Open-Xchange and SpamExperts
software, considerable cost-savings accrue that improve service
providers' competitive position."
SpamExperts customers come from more than 100 countries and include
large hosting companies, which offer OEM solutions under their own
brand name. The first joint Open-Xchange and SpamExperts customers
benefiting from the integration include LuxCloud in Luxembourg, and
NovaTrend from Switzerland.
SpamExperts provides professional e-mail security solutions to ISPs,
Web-hosting- and telecommunication companies as well as small and
midsize businesses. The company boasts more than 1 million
filtered domains. Besides a filter for incoming e-mail, SpamExperts also
offers an outgoing filter protecting IP-ranges of Web-hosts from
blacklists, as well as an e-mail archiving product.
"Accurate and cost-effective spam protection is essential for every
e-mail server," said Sam Renkema, CEO of SpamExperts. "While
organizations that run their e-mail server in-house should use
SpamExpert software as a service, we offer ISPs the ability to have
their own SAAS installation to further reduce cost and sell in high
volumes to their end customers."
OpenXchange provides on-premises versions called Open-Xchange Server
Edition and Open-Xchange Appliance Edition, along with Open-Xchange
Hosting Edition, which enables Web hosting companies to provide an
application delivered as SAAS. The Open-Xchange
Hosting Edition is architected to integrate into a hosting provider's
existing infrastructure, such as authentication, provisioning, billing
and e-mail storage and does not require that these systems be replaced.