San Francisco, Calif., July 28th, 2015. DuoCircle, a global email service provider and Halon Security, a leading provider of a highly secure email delivery platform, announce the successful migration of Dyn legacy email receiving products to the Halon email platform.
DuoCircle was challenged with migrating Dyn’s legacy email infrastructure within 30 days to reduce hardware hosting costs and provide better customer satisfaction.
“We researched many spam protection platforms including Cyren software and over 20 of their partners. After conducting a proof of concept with Halon Security email platform, we selected it based on the attractive licensing model, excellent support, easy upgrade path and key features such as quarantine, end user logging for customers, message replay and for enabling DuoCircle to continue as a service provider.” Brad Slavin, CEO of DuoCircle stated.
Halon’s email-centric scripting language enabled DuoCircle to rapidly and seamlessly integrate with their existing Linux and FreeBSD based environment cost effectively.
“Halon’s highly differentiated platform enables demanding organizations such as DuoCircle to stay competitive.” Jonas Flack, CEO of Halon Security emphasized.
A case study has been released along with this announcement.
“Using Halon email platform DuoCircle reduced hosting costs and saved 30% on operating costs, reduced time of managing networks by 90% and improved customer response time to minutes from hours.” Slavin concluded.
DuoCircle LLC (http://www.duocircle.com) is an entity that was established for the migration of Dyn.com’s legacy email receiving products. The goal was to migrate these loyal customers to a more powerful and feature rich email handling platform. Headquartered in San Diego, California, DuoCircle provides over 20, 000 businesses located globally with high touch customer care, reliable message filtering and archive with a scalable architecture designed for high volume messaging and reliable spam filtering.
Halon is a flexible security and operations platform for in-transit email. It enables companies that build and operate large-scale
email services to offer competitive features by rapid implementation, and to lower costs of maintenance through
reliable deployment and reduced complexity.