Dubai, UAE, neutrality.one, a cloud networking company delivering software-defined infrastructure, and SmartCIC, a provider of managed connectivity, infrastructure and communication services and solutions, have partnered to extend internet access and cloud-based connectivity to their customers with software-defined wide-area networking (SDWAN). The partnership will enable both companies to accelerate enterprise transformation across multiple regions, including North America, Asia and Europe.
SmartCIC’s customers will benefit from adding neutrality one’s network and capabilities to their existing core infrastructure. At the same time, neutrality one will offer SmartCIC’s connectivity solutions backed by global field services. The partnership will allow enterprises to build custom solutions that utilize the best available technology and services that meet operational and budgetary requirements.
“The need for enterprise transformation is moving progressively forward. They need to look beyond MPLS and adopt SDWAN into their services to provide scalable and efficient connectivity for their customers,” said George Szlosarek, CEO at neutrality.one.
neutrality.one offers global independent access solutions to internet, cloud and data center infrastructure for enterprises and service providers across Asia, the Middle East and Africa. It provides software-defined networking over its private network connecting 120+ points of presence (POPs) in 56 cities, SDWAN-reach to 200+ territories worldwide, cloud connectivity and managed security services.
Toby Forman, CEO at SmartCIC, said, “Our focus continues to be on providing smart, flexible and agile solutions to our customers. The addition of neutrality one’s network within our portfolio enables us to further extend our capabilities, whilst providing them with access to our expertise and extensive network of over 25,000 engineers in over 124 countries worldwide”.
SmartCIC is a global managed service provider combining the delivery of low-latency, high-availability connectivity and field services. Its services support international carriers and global enterprise in 5 continents.