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Singtel secures largest market share for international IP VPN solutions

Singtel secures largest market share for international IP VPN solutions 

Singtel tops analyst rankings

Singapore, 2 January 2009 – Singapore Telecommunications Limited (Singtel) today announced it is the leading international Internet Protocol Virtual Private Network (IP VPN) service provider in Asia Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ). 

According to IDC’s latest Asia/Pacific Semiannual Fixed-Line Telecom Services Tracker, First Half 2008 report, Singtel has secured the largest revenue market share in the region.
Based on Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) technology, Singtel’s IP VPN service enables companies to communicate seamlessly and cost-effectively between their offices around the world, with coverage in more than 65 destinations, including major Asian, European and US cities.
It is a highly scalable, reliable and secure solution that allows businesses to enjoy the benefits of voice, video and data convergence delivered over a unified network. It also offers a comprehensive range of fully managed services that meet customers’ end-to-end Infocomm Technology (ICT) needs.
Mr Bill Chang, Singtel’s Executive Vice President of Business, said: “Singtel is delighted to be the preferred telecommunications partner for companies looking to expand their businesses in Asia and beyond.”
 “We will continue to build on the strength of our IP VPN infrastructure to offer the best coverage, performance, reliability and value. Singtel is committed to leading and shaping the market with innovative products and services that give businesses a competitive edge and help them achieve their goals.”
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Includes Singtel’s wholly owned subsidiary, Optus.

Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) technology is an intelligent and scalable system that supports tens of thousands of Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) securely while providing customers with the ability to prioritise traffic through different classes of service.