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Campana Group partner with NetFoundry on new B2B cloud services

14 Feb 2020

Application-specific networking provider NetFoundry has partnered with Myanmar-based Campana Group to provide new ways of bringing cloud and applications to enterprises.

Campana Group is a cloud and networking connectivity provider that serves business-to-business customers in Myanmar, Singapore, and Thailand.

Campana is now an Affiliate Tier Partner with NetFoundry. The partnership allows Campana Group to integrate its 100% fiber network with NetFoundry AppWANs for co-branded Application Specific Networking (ASN) solutions.

“The partnership with NetFoundry allows Campana and its customers the availability of fast, secure, and efficient access to cloud-based connectivity services which can vastly improve and facilitate the way communications are conducted with business partners,” comments Campana Group CEO Myo Ohn.

Campana built and operates its own robust and fully redundant terrestrial and submarine cable network that runs 100% on fiber. Campana ASN solutions serve as the bridge between applications and the cloud they are trying to reach. Campana will connect you to any cloud whether it’s a public cloud (like AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, IBM Cloud, Oracle, Alibaba, Huawei) or private cloud anywhere in the world.

“Campana is going to be a full-fledged telecom carrier offering not only telecom services but services that will allow businesses to run their operations smoothly or allow our partner carriers to offer their services in Myanmar,” says Myo Ohn.

The company states it is committed to building a digital future via its own network and infrastructures.

“We are very glad to have Campana Networks as our first customer as well as anchor partner for Myanmar market. Myanmar enterprises will witness their cloud and network transformation journey with Campana build on the NetFoundry Platform,” comments NetFoundry’s Asia Pacific vice president and managing director, Dipesh Ranjan. 

“Campana has decided to differentiate itself from a traditional network provider and has built its services around applications in the modern and multi-cloud world, where data must be reliable, secure and delivered anywhere, anytime without depending on traditional methods and networks.”

NetFoundry (NaaS) built a global software platform that enables customers to simply and powerfully orchestrate network resources, without building and managing the underlying compute (which NetFoundry provides in a consumption-based, as-a-service model).  The resulting solution allows customers to spin up a global, secure, private, cloud-orchestrated network in minutes, and embed or integrate the networking with their applications or services.

“Working with NetFoundry & Campana, Myanmar’s enterprises and SME companies will see improved performance and efficiency for their cloud/hosted apps with an experience that is just like being in the office,” says Ranjan. 

“NetFoundry is enabling Campana to create an anytime, anywhere, cloud-native, software-defined connectivity which will be five times faster than traditional VPNs and comes with five times the security at a much cheaper cost than expensive telco private networks and all of this can be done in minutes “

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