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Taeknizon chooses neutrality.one to connect Enterprise Cloud Deployments in Asia and the Middle East with SDWAN

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The collaboration supports local and global enterprises as they transition from a legacy MPLS networks to a dynamic and scalable software-defined infrastructure.

neutrality.one, a networking company that provides software-defined infrastructure, has been chosen by Taeknizon, a leading private cloud solutions provider in the Middle East and Asia, to integrate its cloud services with SDWAN (software-defined wide area networking). The solution allows organizations to improve their Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) services and evolve towards internet and private cloud infrastructure.

Taeknizon’s customers benefit from greater visibility and control over their operations by gaining the ability to connect to the cloud with secure and high-performance networking. neutrality.one will provide Taeknizon with SDWAN underlay and overlay services to enable an end-to-end experience from the edge to the cloud. This solution helps users in seamlessly moving from on-premises services or public cloud to the private cloud infrastructure.

“The rapid adoption of cloud services across Asia-Pac and the Middle East is driving demand for elastic, scalable and secure networking. Enterprises across these regions accelerated cloud adoption in 2020 and in 2021 they’re recognizing the benefits of going beyond MPLS and adopting SDWAN. Our goal is to make that migration as simple and seamless as possible,” said George Szlosarek, CEO at neutrality.one. “Together with Taeknizon, we’re helping enterprises to maximize the potential of the cloud and remove any limits on their agility and scalability. They benefit from a smooth transition to SDWAN that underpins cloud-first strategies.”

Taeknizon is a leading private cloud service company which is based in Singapore with operations and infrastructure in KSA, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain, India, and the US. Taeknzion’s Taekni Cloud offers a variety of services via its private cloud offerings such as Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Backup as a Service (BaaS), Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), Security as a Service (SECaaS).

Besides, Taeknizon’s services also include consultancy, cyber security  and data center solutions. Taeknizon’s zero CAPEX pay as you go model removes the requirement for CAPEX investments, with a predictable monthly subscription cost to support customers in streamlining their IT budgets. Taeknizon delivers an integrated enterprise-risk management approach, with agile and high-level resiliency, while balancing business service availability needs and risk tolerance.

“Growth in cloud adoption is matched with the need for a new networking model. Our enterprise customers want to get the most out of their cloud deployments and SDWAN can be a big part of that. By working with neutrality.one, we’re expanding the solutions we can offer enterprise customers and offering them a flexible foundation for connecting their applications and services,” said Anithan Chandran, Chief Operating Officer at Taeknizon. “The team at neutrality.one are experts in networking the cloud and understand what it takes to deliver reliable, resilient and secure connectivity. We look forward to growing together and helping more enterprises make the move to the cloud.” 

Over the last one year, neutrality.one has been improving its global networking capabilities and partnering with worldwide leading software-defined networking service providers. It has set up a point of presence in datamena in Dubai and is effectively scaling its operations locally and globally. It is dedicated to the acceleration of network transformation and maximizing the value of SDWAN for the organizations in the Middle East and Asia-Pac.

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