Check Point Software Technologies has named former Palo Alto Networks ASEAN vice president of sales Eng Guan Teong as its new regional director for Southeast Asia and Korea.
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Cambodian internet and telecommunications service provider SINET has tapped Juniper Networks to underpin an ongoing upgrade of its network infrastructure.
Tech Data has struck a deal with cloud migration solutions provider BitTitan to bring the vendor’s MigrationWiz offering to its cloud marketplace in key Asia Pacific markets.
Singapore and the United States are hoping to expand their cooperation on cyber security after signing a new agreement aimed at strengthening information sharing.
The Philippines tech player now has access to Actility's ThingPark Enterprise platform and Abeeway devices for asset management and workforce safety.
Commvault is hoping to boost the regional presence of its Metallic software-as-a-service offering under the leadership of Kelly Chan, former DXC Technology head of partner sales in Asia.
Westcon-Comstor has expanded the distribution agreement it has with application intelligence solutions vendor Sandvine in several regions around the world to Asia.
Manila headquartered AWS partner Stratpoint has struck a partnership with US-based cloud management platform provider nOps, expanding its presence to the Philippines market.
VNPT-IT has struck a deal with Group-IB to jointly develop and provide solutions and services aimed at ensuring a cyber-safe business environment in Vietnam.
MNF Group is taking aim at the Asian market with the Singapore launch of its communications platform-as-a-service product.
The deal includes Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Malaysia and Vietnam.
Vietnamese IT services provider FPT Software has struck a deal with Japanese sports merchandising company Canow to develop and launch a blockchain-based customer loyalty platform.
A clear majority of the top 20 telecommunications operators across the Asia Pacific region enjoyed revenue growth last year, despite the headwinds caused by the ongoing pandemic.
NTT is taking charge of at least three Asian landing stations in the rollout of the new ‘Apricot’ subsea cable system that is set to connect Singapore, Japan, Guam, the Philippines, Taiwan and Indonesia.
Google has revealed it is taking part in the construction of a new subsea cable that will connect Singapore, Japan, Guam, the Philippines, Taiwan and Indonesia.