Tata Com strikes IZO partnership with Campana

Tata Com strikes IZO partnership with Campana

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Tata Communications and Campana MYTHIC, a fully licensed international and domestic network operator and ICT service provider in Myanmar, have announced a new internet WAN partnership.

Campana announced that the company is now a local IZO Internet WAN partner with Tata Comm, which will see it link up to the latter’s cloud enablement platform which gives multinational organisations the freedom to choose a cloud environment suited to their requirements.

Campana will offer IZO Internet WAN to multinationals who have presence in Myanmar. Campana will join Tata Communications and its IZO Partners to provide the services in more than 120 countries, enabling enterprises to access cloud services in a secure, predictable, flexible and reliable manner over the public Internet.

Riding on IZO internet WAN, enterprises can build on top, IZO hybrid WAN and IZO SD-WAN solutions to bring increased resilience, performance, and cost-efficiency to their enterprise networking, Campana said in its announcement.

Campana CEO Dr. Myo Ohn said “We are delighted to have this opportunity to become the first operator in Myanmar to partner with Tata Communications under the globally recognised, Tata Communications IZO™ brand.

“Cloud and hybrid networking are enablers for businesses’ digital transformation. Campana aims to lead in bringing innovative and cost-effective ICT services to the B2B market in Myanmar”.

Anthony Bartolo, chief product officer, Tata Communications, said: “In emerging telecom markets, such as Myanmar, there is a need to overcome the limitations of the public Internet and traditional private WAN solutions. We look forward to delivering these business-critical, flexible, high-performance, and reliable hybrid networking services via Campana’s cloud platform to enterprises in Myanmar.”

This is one in a series of recent announcements by Campana that includes successful closure of a Series “B” funding round, the putting into force of a turnkey supply contract for a submarine fibre optic cable between Myanmar and Singapore, and the establishment of a partnership with Telin to land the cable in Singapore.

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