Since its inception, MOD has been dedicated to providing the global enterprise market with managed IT services and cutting-edge IP and colocation solutions when and where they are needed most to promote international growth. Singapore has one of the most open economies for international trade and investment worldwide and its local colocation market generated an estimated US$934 million in 2017 as the largest regional colocation hub outside of Hong Kong. Recognizing the importance of this emerging global IT destination, MOD recently established its newest Point of Presence (PoP) in Singapore, making it a bonafide globetrotter with more than 30 locations across North America, Europe, and Asia.
What the PoP in Singapore means for MOD customers?
With the addition of this strategic location, MOD is providing customers with the ability to tap into the vibrant economies of Southeast Asia with ease via its Managed Services Platform that offers:
- 100% capabilities including: managed wholesale colocation, managed network services, Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), network management, networking tools, SIP-trunking/hosted VoIP, and cloud orchestration.
- Out-Of-Band (OOB) management solutions to local customers as part of a comprehensive enterprise network strategy designed to ensure business continuity during unplanned downtime of a production network.
- Support for international cloud strategies as the global cloud market evolves so does the MOD Distributed Hosting Model, creating single server exit points around the world has been a keep driver for MODs explosive growth this year.
- One MSA gives clients a single vehicle to reach any place on earth with wholesale rates. 400 carriers in over 200 data centers with countless on-net buildings worldwide allows clients to focus on the technical challenges facing them.Ask yourself this…
- Do your customers need IPv4 space? International network connectivity?
Do they utilize multi-cloud strategies? How about global OOB strategies?
What about you? Do you require dedicated servers in international markets?
If you answered “yes” to any of those questions – we need to talk!