HGC expands ICT capabilities in Asia with Singapore upgrade

HGC expands ICT capabilities in Asia with Singapore upgrade


HGC Global Communications Limited (HGC) has expanded its Group’s ICT capabilities in Asia with Singapore upgraded as key Asian hub and the introduction of its new Trio-service suite.

The Trio-service suite is composed of network connectivity, ICT solutions and local professional support.

The company said the vertical expansion leverages HGC’s global network infrastructure and market presence.

HGC plans to utilise its synergies and advantages to enable its corporate customers to explore the benefits brought by the alliance.

The company revealed it is also collaborating with major data centre clusters to enable the provision of connectivity solutions for corporates to reinforce their business in the region.

In addition to the three major PoPs connection with data centres, HGC expanded bandwidth-on-demand capability from Hong Kong to BDx’s Data Centre at Paya Lebar, Singapore.

Enhanced ICT capabilities supported by Macroview Telecom HGC has acquired Macroview Telecom (Macroview), a Hong Kong-based IT infrastructure and digital technology solutions provider, in 2019.

The expansion plan makes use of Macroview’s digital solutions and the sector knowledge of more than 700 ICT professionals.

HGC has appointed Wong Hung as the Vice President (ICT Solutions & Partnership) to lead the expanded team in regional offices.

The company said Hung will use his 20 years of experience in the ICT industry to work at HGC’s Singapore office.

Ravindran Mahalingam, HGC’s SVP of International Business, said, "With the new business model and operational trend in the current era, many companies are seeking opportunities to expand their business to Asia countries.

“Under our expansion plan we will work hand-in-hand with local operators; together with our full-fledged ICT capabilities and continuous in-country infrastructure-based projects we will synergise and maximise business opportunities.

“HGC will continue to fortify Hong Kong as the base for our core business while replicating our local success abroad and reinforcing our position as a leading operator in Asia."

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