How PLDT is Igniting Innovation with its Cloud Services

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By Zia Askari | TelecomDrive.com in Singapore

PLDT – one of the biggest telecom services provider in the Philippines is positioning its unique cloud offerings which are becoming the driving force for innovation for the enterprise community

Showcasing its cloud capabilities – PLDT participated at the recently held CommunicAsia 2017 in Singapore. Whether it is Software as a Service, Platform as a Service, Security as a Service or even Contact Center as a Service – PLDT is in an ideal position to ignite innovation with its cloud offerings.

Speaking about the company’s next generation offerings, James L Melon, Country Manager, PLDT Singapore, said, “PLDT Enterprise is offering end to end ICT solutions today. We are doing a lot of software as a service, platform as a service, security as a service and even contact center as a service. We have this set of out of box solution that many startups and even enterprises can use.”

PLDT is positioning its unique set of solutions in emerging space of Internet of Things, M2M, etc and can help enterprise customers reinvent their IT ecosystems.

“In the IoT space, we have M2M solution for logistics, for retail, supermarkets. Here we can provide end to end solutions from the hardware to the software – including the data storage and computing capability on the cloud. Our solutions are helping a number of enterprise customers towards utilizing IT and reducing their unnecessary expenses,” he explained.

PLDT Cloud represents the next evolution of business IT. By utilizing economies of scale and centralized expertise, PLDT’s cloud computing offers enterprise and SMB customers with high-performance IT at lower costs and higher stability.

 


Zia Askari
Zia Askari works as the Editor for TelecomDrive.com and carries over 18 years of experience in technology writing, branding, communications and digital marketing. Over these years, Zia has worked with Cyber Media and Grey Head on the content side and RAD Data Communications, Huawei Telecommunications and Shyam Networks on the branding and marketing side.