07 June 2018
| Natalie Bannerman
Telcotech, a leading Cambodian telecoms company, and LXT Networks, a wholesale specialist, are partnering together to offer a combined connectivity solution in Asia.
Specifically targeting Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam and
Thailand, the new offering will leverage both
companies’ infrastructure to increase cross-border
and international submarine connectivity, as well as deliver
more capacity and enhance customer service.
"Telcotech has always been committed to providing its
customers with first class connectivity, and this partnership
confirms our position as a bridging partner for operators
expanding their capacity into Thailand, Myanmar and beyond,"
added Paul Blanche-Horgan, chief executive officer at
The solution provides Telcotech access to LXT
Networks’ intra-Asian submarine cable systems
operated by its shareholder StrataNet. The cables that
StrataNet has capacity on include:
SJC, APCN2, AAG, APG, ASE and JUS. With the addition
of access to MCT though this partnership, both Telcotech and
LXT Networks are able to provide international capacity
services to its new and existing customers.
"We are highly satisfied with this partnership agreement
with such a well-established player as Telcotech, which
highlights the strength of our network and the solid nature of
our strategy. The partnership with Telcotech adds further value
to investments made by our shareholder StrataNet and the
development of an innovative and Flexible Optical Network all
throughout SE Asia," said Tom Sastararuchi, chief executive
officer at LXT Networks.
At the same time the solution will enable multiple strategic
entry points into SE Asia and both Telcotech and LXT Networks
can provide their global customer base with seamless end-to-end
backhaul services with diverse paths. Both companies offer
premium Service Level Agreements.