Naver Cloud has teamed up with StarHub, Singapore’s telecommunication company, to provide edge cloud computing-based 5G network services. The companies signed a contract for a strategic partnership that will let them offer advanced 5G network service throughout Southeast Asia.
South Korea’s Naver Cloud and StarHub will also work together to develop cloud computing technologies. The cloud computing division of Naver Corp. is quite confident in their partnership, according to The Korea Economic Daily, as the latter has been offering communications, entertainment, and diverse content services to individuals and corporate clients for more than 20 years.
The Singaporean telecom company just underwent a Cloud Infinity transition and intends to adopt a new hybrid cloud architecture that is extremely scalable and access neutral. In any instance, Naver Cloud will use its own expertise and technology to build Singapore’s public 5G network using what it learned while building Naver’s HQ’s private 5G network.
Together, Naver Cloud and StarHub intend to create cloud, communications, and entertainment services with ultra-low latency that will be a component of the latter’s new Cloud Infinity program. Moreover, the contract they had signed indicated a deal in the managed service provider (MSP) industry, which offers a range of services, including security, network, infrastructure, and application.
According to Ayush Sharma, StarHub’s chief technology officer, after launching DARE+ in 2021, they have reached a stage where they are no longer merely hitting project goals but also going above and beyond telco to establish new standards for the whole industry.
Maximizing agility, Cloud Infinity will serve as a cradle of innovation for their enterprise and consumer businesses, allowing them to deliver the market’s most unique, meaningful, and enriching products and services with speed and reliability.”
“We are pleased to work with Naver Cloud, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google, and Nokia to deploy this new network architecture, doubling down on digital to realize growth without frontiers, and reimagining what StarHub can be for our customers, partners, and stakeholders. said Sharma.