StarHub launches SD-WAN solution through ngena

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Singapore's StarHub has announced an innovative SD-WAN solution through its partnership with the Next Generation Enterprise Network Alliance (ngena).

The new solution is designed to meet the needs of multinational companies choosing to set up a global or regional base in Singapore, as well as local companies looking to expand into overseas markets.

The fully managed SD-WAN service offers robust network connectivity, the ability to scale and a global reach.

As one of a current 24 partners of ngena, StarHub is connected to a single global network through a common platform that integrates all alliance partners’ networks. This allows the telco to offer end-to-end managed SD-WAN services to promptly serve enterprises with geographically distributed operations.

“Networking capabilities are crucial to the success of enterprises in the digital era, keeping business operations running and enabling employees to be productive. We are very pleased that with our partnership with ngena, our customers can benefit from StarHub SD-WAN, a global network connectivity service that is secure, stable, scalable and easy to use while they depend on StarHub for local support,” StarHub chief of enterprise business Dr Chong Yoke Sin said.

As a result, they can realise real gains in increased productivity and lower IT cost as well as enjoy the ease of dealing with one service provider. We are also excited to enable our alliance partners to offer reliable, high-speed, and secure data connectivity services for their customers with Singapore-based operations.”

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