Epsilon Telecommunications, a connectivity provider, has won a tech deal from Belton Technology Group, a turnkey contract manufacturer headquartered in Hong Kong, to re-architect its wide-area network (WAN).
Epsilon is replacing Belton Technology’s legacy Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) with a software-defined wide-area network (SD-WAN), to transform its connectivity between manufacturing plants and its offices across mainland China, Hong Kong, the Philippines and Thailand.
Epsilon’s SD-WAN solution combats the inflexible nature of MPLS WAN and enables a cost effective, highly available and flexible data communication network to keep up with Belton Technology’s surging business growth and customer demands.
“Our SD-WAN solution enables Belton Technology to support new ICT innovations with a WAN that is elastic and built to scale as the business grows,” said Warren Aw, Managing Director, Asia Pacific at Epsilon.
Epsilon’s SD-WAN solution provides a modern WAN architecture that can drive maximum value from cloud and digital investments. It enables flexible interconnection across the entire network and full control over routing and security services, with support for cloud-based applications and services.
“We chose Epsilon because its SD-WAN solution met our needs from the start. We needed to expand into new locations while maintaining high performance connectivity between our manufacturing plants and offices,” said Alice Lai, Senior IT Manager at Belton Technology Group.