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Pacnet bags CeBit Australia Business Award for its Pacnet Enabled Network


Pacnet, a source for integrated technology solutions in the Asia-Pacific region today declared that it was conferred the Innovation Award courtesy; CeBIT. Au Business Awards for exceptional accomplishments in the Information and Communications Technology industry.

The CeBIT Innovation Award went to Pacnet for its Pacnet Enabled Network (PEN) launched of late. PEN from its barrio is designed to assist enterprise as well as carrier customers rapidly plus cost-effectively create the foundation of a virtual plus cohesive data centre. It is an effusively automated software-defined networking (SDN) solution that makes available a flexible as well as scalable service platform that is agile besides having the ability to lower the total cost of network maneuvers aimed at its patrons.

“The award is testament to our commitment to providing customers with a solution which supports both business and technology innovation,” alleged Jim Fagan, President of Managed Services, Pacnet. Supplementing that – “It also recognises the exceptionally talented team that we have built across the Asia-Pacific region to support high-performance and cloud-ready networks with an industry leading solution which in turn supports our goal to consistently exceed market expectations around customer satisfaction.”

PEN largesse cloud provisioning to the network, facilitating clienteles to self-provision and configure their network resources instantaneously, regulating performance in addition to value of service necessities under a flexible pricing model coupled with industry-leading SLAs.

Customers of PEN, comprise companies covering the IT, logistics, followed by manufacturing as well as financial services sectors in countries such as Australia, Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong and the U.S. Braced with PEN, patrons can now provision network services between two locations in minutes shorn of going through the traditional, long lead, manual provisioning procedure.

The CeBIT.AU Business Award meant for Innovation from its end acknowledges organisations that have made substantial contributions to their industry through the institution of a new idea, method, technology, process or application resulting in social, environmental or economic benefits.


Jawed Akhtar

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