French IP player MyStream looks east with Singapore pact
By Digital News Asia January 13, 2014
- Allows Nevigate to deliver more complex support and maintenance services
- MyStream aims to strengthen interconnection of its indirect partners abroad
PARIS-based MyStream, an international operator of high-availability IP (Internet Protocol) networks, has signed a partnership agreement with Nevigate, a virtual network operator headquartered in Singapore, for all connectivity services in Asia required by the former’s end-customers.
Nevigate uses a virtual network overlay to operate a carrier-independent and carrier-neutral network, with its services spanning more than 150 countries via multiple providers and partners. It currently has regional offices in Cyprus, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and the United Arab Emirates.
This partnership allows for the delivery of more complex support and maintenance services required by Nevigate’s customers in Europe and especially in France, and will also help the comoany to capture growth opportunities in the region, the two said in a statement.
“This collaboration is very enriching for MyStream,” said Cyril Wellenstein, MyStream founder and sales director. “This is a win-win partnership as we also call upon Nevigate’s expertise to support our French clients who wish to expand their activity in Asia.”
MyStream aims to strengthen the interconnection of its indirect partners abroad, thereby creating a network that can cover the entire globe, the company said.
This would also be a way for the operator to manage increasingly larger networks and boost its international expansion, it said.
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