SYMC moves forward with its advanced SDN-MPLS Network in Thailand

SYMC moves forward with its advanced SDN-MPLS Network in Thailand

“DIGITAL CONNECTIVITY IS THE KEY ELEMENT OF EVERY BUSINESS SO WE ARE MOVING FORWARD DELIVERING THE BEST QUALITY NETWORK WITH THE LATEST INNOVATIONS.” Mr. Alex Loh, COO, SYMC
“DIGITAL CONNECTIVITY IS THE KEY ELEMENT OF EVERY BUSINESS SO WE ARE MOVING FORWARD DELIVERING THE BEST QUALITY NETWORK WITH THE LATEST INNOVATIONS.” Mr. Alex Loh, COO, SYMC

Symphony Communication Public Company Limited (SYMC) is moving ahead as the first provider in Thailand of the most advanced technology in the form of SDN-MPLS Network.

The next generation intelligent and robust network architecture is easy to manage while helping increase business efficiency through connectivity, cloud connection, seamless virtualisation, supporting digital transformation across services, and applications.

“The government’s Digital Economy Policy focuses on driving digital technology infrastructure and connectivity in public and private sectors,” comments Mr. Alex Loh, Chief Operating Officer of SYMC, a leading telecommunications network provider.

“We focus on long-term investments expanding and modernising core network and service areas across the entire country. As such, we are deploying and upgrading core network infrastructure and equipment in ways that guarantee flexibility and scalability with faster yet low latency use.”

“Telecommunications is growing exponentially with transition to the digital era both in terms of increasing usage requirements and variety of applications requiring high-bandwidth service networks. SDN-MPLS Network has been developed from MPLS Network with simplified connections of an analytical and flexible system. The result is seamless communication while supporting higher speeds and bandwidth by combining intelligent systems including automatic route, management system, latency, utilisation, packet loss monitoring, and simulation.”

“This can be connected to smartphones, computers and web applications, so customers can easily manage and control everything centrally on their mobile devices.”

The system supports data transmission at speeds up to 100Gpbs and can be extended to 1000Gpbs.

SDN-MPLS Network strengths include throughput: accurate bandwidth controlled by users; low latency: especially in Bangkok, SDN-MPLS Network has latency of no more than 2ms, so every application runs smoothly; high reliability: variety of routes and multi-path control make managing in case of failure easy; increased management efficiency with easy integration with other systems and services; and self-service portal: users can see the network operation in real time and adjust bandwidth with easy tracking and service status checking.

Thai and international target groups that stand to benefit include telecommunications service providers, internet service providers, mobile operators, corporate customers and government offices that require high-speed communication circuits to deliver large amounts of data quickly. Also banks, financial institutions, retailers, hotels, logistics and Over-the-Top (OTT) groups that provide content online.

“Digital connectivity is the key element of every business so we are moving forward delivering the best quality network with the latest innovations. We create an excellent experience for our customers that meets growing demand for communication connectivity. Organisations in Thailand and ASEAN can thereby rapidly transform digitally. Deployment to SDN-MPLS Network raises our level and builds a sustainable telecommunications platform that maintains long-term competitiveness. Moreover, Thailand’s geographical position has high potential as a telecommunications hub.”

Currently, SYMC covers high potential areas in Bangkok and 50 provinces, including 259 office buildings, 53 industrial estates, 18 service centres, and six international gateways.

www.symphony.net.th

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