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Nipa Cloud chooses Juniper Networks to strengthen its existing network infrastructure in Thailand

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Juniper Networks announced that Nipa Cloud has selected Juniper Networks to augment its existing network infrastructure to support Nipa’s growth momentum and in anticipation of the growing demand for endpoint flexibility in the rapidly transforming digital economy. Thailand.

As Thailand’s leading full-service OpenStack public cloud service provider powered by Tungsten Fabric, Nipa is committed to offering technologically advanced cloud solutions that competitively match global vendor solutions while simultaneously creating unique value for the localized market through greater flexibility, multiple Availability Zones (AZ), scalability, and local understanding as a local vendor.

With this “glocalised” approach, Nipa’s cloud solutions have quickly gained market share amid fierce competition, especially as the Thai economy is building a strong IT infrastructure to support sustained growth in the digital age, in line with the government’s “Thailand 4.0” policies and its fourth industrial project. revolution.

This push has gained even more recent momentum, with the ongoing post-pandemic recovery prompting Thai companies to increasingly prioritize innovation and investment in favor of cloud spending. Exceeding global forecasts, Thailand’s spending on cloud infrastructure is expected to grow by 28.2% in 2022 alone, with infrastructure as a service (IaaS) expected to see the highest growth figures as Thai businesses expand their infrastructure and migrate complex workloads to the cloud. to better enable a remote work culture.

In light of its strong growth momentum and growing demand for cloud services among Thai enterprises, Nipa has deployed Juniper Networks’ EVPN-VXLAN solutions, including QFX5120 series switches and universal routing platforms from the MX10003/MX204 series, to upgrade its campus and data center. networks and better differentiate its offerings.

These upgrades allow Nipa to now deploy a common set of policies and services across campuses with support for Layer 2 and Layer 3 VPNs. improved scalability, capacity, performance and security, enabling Nipa to further develop its core cloud solutions, specifically designed for Thailand’s growing businesses and its transforming digital ecosystem.

“Thailand is in the midst of a digital transformation, with both consumers and businesses accelerating their transition to the cloud. As our nation moves towards Thailand 4.0, it’s critical that infrastructure providers like Nipa Cloud adapt and transform to stay ahead of the pack. Through our partnership with Juniper Networks, we can introduce new infrastructure-as-a-service capabilities with multiple locations and reduced cloud cost. This will provide our customers and partners with access to agile, cost-effective and secure services that will help drive the sustainable growth of Thailand’s digital economy,” said Dr. Abhisak Chulya, Founder and CEO of Nipa Cloud.

“We are delighted to partner with Nipa Cloud to support their vision to enable Thailand 4.0 to drive the digital transformation of businesses in the country. Nipa Cloud is playing a key role in the nation’s technology growth, and with Juniper’s experience-driven network approach, we are committed to helping them deliver world-class cloud solutions to their end customers. All of these are critical to ensuring a digitally-accelerated post-pandemic recovery and ensuring Thailand’s continued economic growth,” said Perry Sui, Senior Director, ASEAN and Taiwan, Juniper Networks.