SingTel & Advance Data Networks System Limited first to offer International MPLS services in Bangladesh
Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SingTel), Asia’s leading communications group, today announced that it has formed an alliance with Advance Data Networks System Limited (ADNSL), Bangladesh’s leading provider in satellite and wireless solutions, to offer the first international IP-VPN network in Bangladesh.
They will jointly deliver Multi-Protocol Label Switching IP-based Virtual Private Network (MPLS IP-VPN) solutions to corporate customers in South Asia, including Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
With this landmark agreement, SingTel ConnectPlus IP-VPN now covers all major markets in South Asia, strengthening SingTel’s position as Asia’s leading IP-VPN provider. Currently SingTel ConnectPlus IP-VPN has extensive coverage in key business cities throughout Asia, Europe and North America. It is a high quality, fully managed and secure networking and integrated communications solution for corporate customers.
Mr Wong Soon Nam, SingTel’s Vice President of Business Marketing, said: “Through this alliance, companies that have business in South Asia can enjoy a one-stop service from SingTel to connect their regional offices in Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
“Trade and investment liberalisation have led to strong economic growth in Bangladesh. This solution is especially effective for businesses in the manufacturing industry that require seamless and reliable communication within a secure network of suppliers, customers and financial institutions with multiple offices. We are proud to announce that one of our first customers is Phillips-Van Heusen Corporation, a top US apparel and sports wear company with interests in Bangladesh.
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