STC holds the biggest MPLS network in the MENA region
- Saudi Arabia: Saturday, December 01 - 2012 at 16:16
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STC adopts ambitious plans to build its global network and to promote its regional and international presence.
Consequently, STC employs its global 'SGMN' network which relies on worldwidePoPs spread out over 10 countries, covering most of the Gulf region, London and Singapore.In addition, the company strengthens its presence via committing to partnerships with major global companies and leading service providers, all of whom are interlinked with the company's MPLS network in the Kingdom
The MPLS network enables enterprise customers to link headquarters with otherbranches in and out of the Kingdom. Customers are able to obtain IPVPN services with varying security measures, in addition to Internet and voice calling services, CDN content services, linkage of global roaming services, disaster management services, MRS/MHS services, application services, and 'Telepresence' services; all of which are available via the latest technologies with the highest global standards, and with integrated support from international expertise.
STC is regarded as the leading wholesale service provider in the region, equipped with an extensive experience in the industry and exceptional relationships with major global ICT companies, together with possessing a comprehensive local and global optical fibers network comprising land and submarine cables, extending worldwide and promoting the company's position as a globally distinguished provider of comprehensive and innovative ICT solutions.
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