Fixed-line operator and ICT service provider, HGC Global Communications Limited is expanding the bandwidth-on-demand capability from Hong Kong to Big Data Exchange’s Paya Lebar data center in Singapore. The new HGC SDN-enabled PoP established in Singapore is the second that allows HGC to provide enterprises across a wide range of verticals.
From Hong Kong to Singapore
According to the announcement, the company has expanded the bandwidth-on-demand capability to its reliable and resilient connectivity by establishing SDN PoPs from Hong Kong to BDx’s Paya Lebar data center for customers. The customers will be able to instantly access HGC’s ecosystem, delivers interconnection across five continents.
The company also announced that it has activated the pay-as-you-go business model on the HGC SDXTM International Marketplace. Instead of signing up for long-term contracts, customers now will be able to take full control over their internet connections. Thus, they can enjoy agile connectivity to scale bandwidth up and down between 10Mbps and 10Gbps, anytime and anywhere. Ravindran Mahalingam, SVP of International Business, HGC, said,
“With the evolution of cloud and IoT technology, convergence systems, and mobile applications, SDN is widely used in the network infrastructure of different industry verticals for faster regional-wise expansion. We are committed to diversifying the HGC SDXTM International Marketplace by establishing densely interconnected data centers in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Southeast Asia for a more reliable and high performing interconnection. Leveraging our network-as-a-service, we aim to empower enterprises with faster regional business expansion and deliver greater customer experience. HGC will continue delivering its digital strategy with one-stop integrated solutions to support business expansion in Southeast Asia and bridging the global markets.”
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