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neutrality.one connects Taeknizon’s enterprise locations with SD-WAN

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neutrality.one has deployed Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SDWAN) for Taeknizon, a private cloud service provider in Asia and the Middle East.

The cloud networking company has connected Taeknizon’s enterprise locations to datamena and Equinix Abu Dhabi with SD-WAN. The development means enterprise customers will benefit from secure and reliable cloud access from HQ and branch locations to the cloud. 

“Cloud adoption and digitalisation is booming locally and across the Middle East. Enterprises are looking for simple and powerful solutions for accelerating their digital journeys,” said George Szlosarek (pictured), CEO at neutrality.one.

“We’re supporting Taeknizon with scalable and efficient connectivity as it ramps up services and continues to expand its capabilities in the UAE. Our partnership is about delivering projects that have immediate impact on application performance and reliability. It is an exciting time to be connecting the cloud in the Middle East and we look forward to enabling the growth and uptake of Taekni Cloud.”   

neutrality.one has connected Taeknizon’s offices in Dubai with Taekni Cloud in datamena. This will see its SDWAN solution providing stability and performance improvement for Taeknizon’s internal traffic as well as the testing and development of its cloud solutions.

neutrality.one is also providing connectivity and SDWAN services to support the expansion of Taekni Cloud in Abu Dhabi Equinix. By interconnecting Taeknizon’s infrastructure, this will enable enterprise customers to connect from their HQ and branch sites into the distributed Taekni Cloud across multiple sites. 

“SDWAN provides the flexibility and scalability required to deliver cloud-based services locally in the UAE and across the region. neutrality.one provides us with a flexible foundation for connecting and growing our business and scaling up to meet new cloud demand. We’re happy to see our partnership continue to develop with new projects adding new value for our enterprise customers,” said Anithan Chandran, Group COO, at Taeknizon.

“Taekni Cloud is continually evolving and expanding, with a growing number of enterprises making the move to the cloud. neutrality.one enables us to be ahead of demand and offer networking that directly supports new performance and reliability in our services.”

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