Aruba Inks Strategic Managed Service Partnership with China Telecom Global (CTG) to Empower Chinese Enterprises in Global Expansion
Offering best-of-breed products, technologies, and services to build agile and resilient networking infrastructure
BEIJING, CHINA - Media OutReach -
14January 2022 -Aruba, a
Hewlett Packard Enterprise company (NYSE: HPE), announced the launch of a strategic
Managed Service Provider (MSP) partnership with China Telecom Global (CTG).
This Global Service Provider agreement expands CTG's portfolio with Aruba's secure,
intelligent Edge-to-Cloud networking solutions. This partnership will empower Chinese enterprises to establish secure
architectures with Edge-to-Cloud security, create innovative digital
applications, and capitalize on booming economies globally.
As the Chinese market continues to
expand and globalize, there have been a growing number of Chinese enterprises
looking to accelerate their expansion into overseas market. It will be critical
for enterprises to have reliable, seamless, and efficient access to global
networks to facilitate the ever-growing number of Internet of Things (IoT)
devices and data streams.
its first international office in 2000, CTG has established itself as one of
the largest communication service providers (CSP) that offers world-class
integrated information services, with a presence across 41 countries and
regions. As a pioneer of the distributed wireless network architecture and
"user-centric" wireless network as well as being named Leader in
Gartner's "Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Wired and Wireless LAN Infrastructure"
for 16 years, Aruba's partnership with CTG will further help customers in
achieving their business goals more effectively.
Under this agreement, both companies
will be offering all products under Aruba's portfolio of solutions, including Aruba's
industry-leading advanced SD-WAN platform. Aruba's advanced SD-WAN platform
enables enterprises to achieve the highest return from cloud investments by
delivering better economics, control, reliability, and performance. This
partnership will enable Chinese enterprises to expand their global network infrastructure,
drive business growth, and maintain global competitive advantage through
"CTG is committed to providing flexible
and diverse information solutions for our customers in various industries across
the globe. We believe this strategic partnership between CTG and Aruba will
help Chinese companies build a secure and efficient network infrastructure to
meet the network infrastructure needs for global operations, helping to
establish and extend their presence in the global market," said He An, Vice
General Manager, CTG.
"As a global leader in secure and
intelligent Edge-to-Cloud network solutions, Aruba's forward-thinking solutions
provide our users with seamless and secure network experience, empowering them
to innovate at speed. As part of our commitment to provide the best-of-breed
solutions, we are thrilled to be partnering with CTG, who brings an extensive global
network coverage and business service capabilities to the table. Coupled with
CTG's rich experience in helping multi-national corporations build global
communication services, Aruba's comprehensive, industry-leading solutions
portfolio will aid Chinese enterprises in addressing their networking
challenges effectively and unlocking new international business opportunities,"
said Xie Jianguo, General Manager of Aruba Greater China.
About Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company
a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, is the global leader in secure,
intelligent edge-to-cloud networking solutions that use AI to automate the
network, while harnessing data to drive powerful business outcomes. With Aruba
ESP (Edge Services Platform) and as-a-service options, Aruba takes a
cloud-native approach to helping customers meet their connectivity, security,
and financial requirements across campus, branch, data center, and remote
worker environments, covering all aspects of wired, wireless LAN, and wide area
China Telecom Corporation Limited ("China Telecom"), one of the world's
largest providers of integrated telecommunication services, has been
unwaveringly strived to enhance its capabilities in maintaining its global
footprints while addressing changing demands. In 2000, China Telecom
established its first overseas office. In order to further enhance its global
service quality and accelerating overseas business expansion, China Telecom
established China Telecom Global Limited ("CTG") in 2012, which is headquartered
in Hong Kong, China.
Leveraging its vast network resources of 47 submarine cables with 74T in
intercontinental capacity and 223 Points-of-Presence (PoPs) around the world,
China Telecom offers a high-performing global network for international carriers,
multinational enterprises, and overseas Chinese customers. China Telecom
delivers a wide portfolio of high quality, integrated communications solutions,
including internet direct access, internet transit, data services, broadband,
unified communications, internet data centers, cloud computing, ICT services, fixed
line, and mobile services, multi-domestic MVNO and global IoT connectivity
service, professional services, industry solutions, telecom operation
consultancy and service outsourcing.
With an agile and forward-looking spirit, innovative products and
business models, and industry-leading technologies, China Telecom has become a
world-class integrated telecommunication services provider with presence in 41
countries and regions. China Telecom is dedicated to creating value for its
customers in their business transformation, enabling them to achieve business
growth, enhance global footprints and maintain competitive edges by