Vimpelcom (News - Alert) Lao has said that it has expanded its international IP capacity using the DiViCloud virtual network.
DiViCloud enables companies to expand bandwidth virtually, merely by placing a standard server in the network. Company officials said that adding DiViCloud virtual capacity is similar to expanding physical capacity.
“DiViNetworks changes the equation when it comes to wholesale international data capacity,” said Mathieu Ploton, head of IP Networks at Vimpelcom Lao, adding that the ever-growing demand for capacity requires the company to seek affordable solutions, and DiViCloud is a great one.
To any location worldwide on top of any existing carriers, the DiViCloud network delivers IP capacity at half price. Moreover, it expands existing capacity by leveraging smart nodes located at major Internet junctions, combined with a unique optimization technology.
“We are very pleased to have been selected by Vimpelcom Lao,” Eli Lifshits, director of sales at DiViNetworks, a global provider of affordable data capacity for network operators and service providers.
"We have invested in expanding our virtual network to Asia and Russia, and now have the infrastructure to equip ISPs in the region with affordable virtual capacity,” Lifshits said.
VimpelCom consists of telecommunications operators providing voice and data services through a range of wireless, fixed and broadband technologies. Earlier in September, the company implemented Oracle (News - Alert) Communications Converged Application Server for delivering an enhanced revenue generation services.
Using cloud-based solutions, DiViNetworks generates data capacity at any location worldwide, over any combination of physical capacity providers. Recently, Gulfsat Madagascar, operating the Blueline triple-play service, the second largest operator in the country, selected to expand its international IP capacity using DiViNetworks, following Telecom Malagasy - Madagascar's largest operator, which already uses DiViCloud.
Edited by Brooke Neuman