Tech giant VMware have launched Virtual Cloud Network in Malaysia in a bid to accelerate the digital transformation of organizations in the region. With this launch, VMware seeks to secure applications and data transmission across software-defined data center (SDDC), edge networks, cloud and telecom environments.
VMware believes that businesses are looking to leverage the power of the cloud to boost their productivity. They also believe that businesses need a secure network and an environment to host their cloud-based and IoT (Internet of Things) applications.
According to VMware, the Virtual Cloud Network includes data center virtualization tools, Software-defined WAN (Wide Area Network) and hybrid cloud connectivity. With such a rich network, VMware believe that customers will be able to adopt emerging technologies and gain a competitive edge to improve the quality of services offered.
Speaking about the launch, Sanjay K. Deshmukh, Vice President and Managing Director at VMware commented:
As Malaysia steps up its digital adoption rate, we are committed to equipping organisations here with the best solutions to ramp up their innovation and productivity in an environment that will only get more competitive.
A digital foundation built on VMware enables organizations to flex and harness new technology at the speed which it evolves without disrupting business operations.
With more than 22 million internet users in Malaysia, VMware claim that virtual connectivity is the key to unlocking digital transformation in the country. They say that by deploying the Virtual Cloud Network in Malaysia, companies can create network architecture that is not bound to any hardware.
In closing, VMware claimed that this new network approach will lay the foundation for the next twenty years in such markets.