PCCW Global, a leading international communications service provider, has announced a new collaboration with RingCentral, a leading provider of cloud-based unified communications, collaboration, and contact center solutions for global enterprises, to provide on-demand private network connections to RingCentral’s global unified communication services.

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Nokia has announced that Equinix will deploy a new Nokia IP/MPLS network infrastructure to support its global interconnection services. As one of the largest data center and colocation providers, Equinix currently runs services on multiple networks from multiple vendors. With the new network, Equinix will be able to consolidate into one, efficient webscale infrastructure to provide FP4-powered connectivity to all data centers – laying the groundwork for customers to deploy 5G networks and services.

Read more: Nokia partners with Equinix to strengthen global interconnection services

Singapore’s StarHub and Malaysia’s U Mobile announced that they have successfully completed a multi-party roaming video conference call over 5G standalone (5G SA) technology – completely independent of 4G, as part of trials to pave the way for consumers and businesses to enjoy crystal-clear and lag-free communication and entertainment experiences no matter where they are in the world.

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Orange Business Services is pleased to announce a partnership with nbn™ (National Broadband Network) Australia, through which it can now add domestic managed services, including satellite and fixed Internet, to its offerings for Australian enterprises. As a network-native digital services company, Orange Business Services will use the nbn™ to deliver fast, competitive and reliable connectivity but also extend IT and system integration expertise to support its customers’ ever-increasing cloud, Internet, bandwidth and routing optimization needs. Enterprises will benefit from end-to-end support, allowing them to operate more cost effectively with seamless connectivity and access to the global capabilities of Orange to provide better service to their end customers and employees.

Read more: Orange, nbn™ join forces to provide ultra-fast connectivity to Australian clientele

To ensure the fulfilment of both Consumers and Enterprises future demands in the digital era , Indosat Ooredoo has announced its continued partnership with Huawei Indonesia as one of its strategic partners to build a state-of-the-art, programmable, 5G-ready transport network powered by Segment routing IPv6 (SRv6). Huawei will deploy the network in the key areas of Jabodetabek, Surabaya and the rest of East Java & Bali, which will be the first commercial deployment of its kind in Asia Pacific. This enables a simple, scalable, agile and reliable network available on demand to Enterprises and Consumers alike.

Read more: Indosat Ooredoo, Huawei collaborate to build innovative 5G-ready transport network

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