Chunghwa Telecom Global launches SD-WAN

Networks Asia staff
Networks Asia

CHT Global (Chunghwa Telecom Global) has launched its SD-WAN services on a global scale to help enterprises transition from traditional static hardware to software-based WAN.

The company is partnering with VeloCloud Networks, a Cloud-Delivered SD-WAN company, to provide the underlying infrastructure for the service.

CHT Global has one of the widest international cable line networks in the Pacific and beyond through its undersea submarine cables that direct global voice and data traffic.

Its leverage in the Asia-Pacific in conjunction with its SD-WAN services will allow customers to ensure reliable wide-area network connections, whether they are DSL, cable, or LTE.

“CHT Global SD-WAN will minimize the congestion that commonly occurs with traditional broadband Internet that would otherwise interfere with the delivery of time-sensitive applications and lower the QoE for end users,” CHT Global CEO and president Joe Yang said.

“By pairing up VeloCloud’s technology and knowledge of managed services with CHT Global’s submarine cable network, businesses around the world can increase operational efficiency and maximize performance.”

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