BSO partners Superloop to enhance Singapore network

BSO partners Superloop to enhance Singapore network

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BSO has upgraded its Singapore network for increased performance for its customers

BSO has partnered with Australian network provider who Superloop will provide the underlying fibre optic infrastructure to support new Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM) located at Equinix SG1, Equinix SG2, Global Switch 1, and Singapore SGX.

Through the collaboration, BSO now delivers up to 100G client connectivity for its Optical Transport Network (OTN), low latency and SDN product range within the metro and meshed to its global backbone.

“As bandwidth demands continue to grow, we are constantly scaling our capacity,” said Stephen Wilcox (pictured), chief product officer at BSO.

The latest enhancements to our network are yet another example of how serious we are about providing businesses in Singapore with faster and more reliable connectivity. We are pleased to partner with Superloop and to benefit from their extensive expertise in fibre deployment.”

BSO has been investing in and expanding its offering in Asia-Pacific (APAC) market, specifically Singapore which is a recognised global telecoms hub with highly developed connectivity and a progressive regulatory environment.

Thanks to this newly enabled DWDM/OTN service and the upgrades to its global products, BSO is able to deliver a resilient and scalable solution for companies with growing bandwidth requirements or those requiring bespoke solutions, whether within the Singapore metro area or to BSO’s global network.

“We are very excited about further building our relationship with BSO and very grateful for the trust that they have placed in us to supply and run their backbone in the incredibly important market of Singapore,” said Paul Tyler, CEO at Superloop.

“This collaboration helps provide BSOs customers with the confidence that their security, latency and bandwidth requirements are future proofed.”

Additionally, this partnership with Superloop is the result of growing demand in the region for high-quality local access and high-speed international connectivity.

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