Zentera Systems, Inc.

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Zentera Systems, Inc.
Zentera HQ.jpg
Zentera headquarters in San Jose, California
IndustryComputer security software
Founded 📆2012
Founder 👔Jaushin Lee
Headquarters 🏙️San Jose, California, USA
Area served 🗺️
Key people
Jaushin Lee (CEO)
Products 📟 CoIP Platform
Number of employees
🌐 Websitezentera.net
📇 Address
📞 telephone

Zentera Systems, Inc. is a manufacturer of computer security software for application connectivity and computer network security. Founded in 2012, Zentera is privately held and headquartered in San Jose, California.


The CoIP Platform implements an application proxy network, which is used for creating and managing remote connectivity for application software. The proxy network allows an application to access remote services such as databases, directory services, and the like through a proxy gateway which is local to the machine running the application. Access to the proxied services is governed by the principles of Zero Trust. CoIP Platform is marketed as a tool for hybrid connectivity and centralized security policy enforcement for cloud computing, smart manufacturing and Internet of things environments.[1]

zCenter CoIP Controller[edit]

The zCenter CoIP Controller is a centralized orchestrator which enables users to define application proxy network connectivity and security policies. The zCenter CoIP Controller also includes tools for logging, monitoring and analytics. Users can manage the zCenter CoIP Controller through APIs or a web graphical user interface.[2]

zLink Endpoint Proxy[edit]

The zLink Endpoint Proxy creates a proxy gateway directly on an endpoint host. This deployment model enables restricting access to the proxied service to specific applications.[3]

CoIP Proxy Gateway[edit]

The CoIP Proxy Gateway is a virtual or physical appliance that proxies remote services and applications into a local area network environment.

CoIP Launcher[edit]

CoIP Launcher is a user application that grants users policy-based proxy access to remote services or applications such as remote desktop or file sharing.


  1. "Zentera Systems". Zentera Systems. Retrieved 2020-01-15.
  2. "Getting Started with Zentera CoIP". CenturyLink. Retrieved 2020-01-15.
  3. "Zentera Architecture and Components". Zentera Systems. Retrieved 15 January 2020.

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