Neutrality.one has deployed Software-Defined Wide Area Networking (SDWAN) for Taeknizon which is a cloud service provider in Asia and the Middle East that connects enterprise locations to Taekni Cloud hosted in datamena and Equinix Abu Dhabi.

Taeknizon and its enterprise customers can take advantage of “efficient, reliable, and secured” access from headquarters and brand locations to the cloud. Neutrality.one has established a connection with Taeknizon’s offices in Dubai with Taekni Cloud in datamena. The SDWAN solution by neturality.one would offer performance improvement and stability for Taeknizon’s internal traffic along with testing and development of cloud solutions.

Neutrality.one is also delivering the SDWAN services and connectivity to support Taekni Cloud’s expansion in Abu Dhabi Equinix. The service will interconnect Taeknizon’s infrastructure that lets enterprise customers connect from their HQ and branch sites into distributed Taekni Cloud across multiple sites.

An Introduction to Teaknizon

Taeknizon is a rapidly expanding private cloud service provider (CSP) whose headquarters are located in Singapore with operations and infrastructure in various countries like India, the U.S., Bahrain, Qatar, UAE, and Kuwait. Taeknizon’s Teakni Cloud provides various services through its private cloud offerings like Security as a Service (SECaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), SIEM as a service, Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), Backup as a Service (BaaS), and SDWAN as a Service, cybersecurity solutions, consultancy, and data center solutions.

Along with that, Taeknizon’s pay-as-you-go offering has minimized the requirement for CAPEX investments with a monthly subscription to help customers streamline their IT budgets. Taeknizon would deliver an integrated enterprise-risk management approach with agile high level resiliency along with balancing business service availability requirements and risk tolerance.

Taeknizon’s Cloud Business Model

Photo George Szlosarek, CEO at neutrality.one
“Cloud adoption and digitalization is booming locally and across the Middle East. We’re supporting Taeknizon with scalable and efficient connectivity as it ramps up services and continues to expand its capabilities in the UAE,” said George Szlosarek, CEO at neutrality.one.

Taeknizon provides a holistic approach towards managing and implementing “robust” cloud environments. Taekni Cloud offers Software, Backup, SIEM, Disaster Recovery, pay-as-you-go, and assured availability to enterprises. All its customers get leverage from local knowledge and expertise in cloud deployments over Asia and the Middle East along with an extensive partner ecosystem.

Other neutrality.one solutions comprise SDWAN, Managed Security, Software Defined Networking (SDN), and Managed Global Internet. Some of the major partners of neutrality.one are Equinix, ngena, Console Connect, and CISCO. As per neutrality.one, the cloud is changing to a great extent in terms of fundamental aspects on which people communicate, connect and collaborate. This change also requires a new approach to delivering networks with a high-quality customer experience.

CEO’s Take

CEO at neutrality.one, George Szlosarek said that cloud adoptions and digitalization is growing at a high pace at a local level over the Middle East. The need of the hour for enterprises are powerful and simple solutions for accelerating their digital journeys. He further mentioned that neutrality.one is in support of Teaknizon with scalable and efficient connectivity as it has modified its services and is continuously working on increasing its capabilities in UAE.

The partnership between the two is based on providing projects that have an immediate impact on reliability and application performance. He concluded his statement by saying that the current time can be said to be most appropriate to connect the cloud in the Middle East and the company is planning to enable the growth and uptake of Taekni Cloud.

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