Xyntac, the global business unit of Sri Lanka Telecom (SLT), attracted attention in the Asian region, with the brand being promoted at the Asian Carriers Conference (ACC) 2019 held in Cebu, Philippines.
The conference is one of the largest wholesale telco events in the Asia-Pacific region with approximately 1,400 delegates from 600 companies and representing 120 countries participating.
SLT used the Cebu event to create awareness among the Asian telco community, promoting products and services in order to better position itself in the global market.
“The ACC was an ideal opportunity for us to better position our new brand Xyntac and its voice, data, connectivity and digital services portfolio. We received the full attention of the Asian telecom fraternity and were able to meet up with our current business partners as well as the general wholesale telco community,” said Kiththi Perera, Chief Executive Officer, SLT.
Xyntac’s Global ISP Service (ASN: 45489) has been ranked among the first 120 global internet service providers and is proud to be the only Sri Lankan Telco to be listed among the global ISP giants.
Xyntac aims to be a key regional player by providing global services through major investments in multiple international submarine cable systems such as SEA-ME-WE 5, SEA-ME-WE 4, SEA-ME-WE 3, Bharat-Lanka submarine cable system, Dhiraagu-SLT submarine cable system and multiple inter-connected data centers. Further, Xyntac ensures the best system and network reliabilities with higher network uptime, industry best security practices, 24×7 expert engineering support and industry specific SLA’s.
It is envisaged that international POPs count to six numbers spread across USA, Europe and Asia will enhance Xyntac’s faster deployment of connectivity services around the globe. Plans are underway to expand its services further to the other regions of the world. Further, through Xyntac, SLT provides multi cloud platforms partnering with virtualization giants, bringing global enterprises closer to the future of digital communications.