Oman’s communications provider Nawras is partnering with Tata Communications to offer a full suite of international services including the first Global Virtual Private Network (GVPN) in Oman, the company has announced.

“By connecting to Tata Communications’ global network, including the world’s first wholly-owned fibre optic sub-sea network ring around the globe, corporate customers will have immediate access to all of Tata Communications’ international carrier partners,” it said in a statement.

“Our partnership with Tata Communications will ensure that our customers can rely on a single provider for the fastest, most diverse and infinitely scalable network services across the globe.

“Nawras GPVN will seamlessly converge data, voice, video and multimedia to deliver secure, critical real-time information for every business need,” said Nawras Chief Strategy Officer, Sheikh Abdulla bin Issa Al Rawahy.

The new services will offer secure, international digital communications for multinational companies linking Nawras’ domestic network directly to over 200 of the world’s main business hubs and data centres via Tata Communications’ global network.

With this, businesses in the region can benefit from an international portfolio of products worldwide such as International Private Leased Circuit (IPLC), Ethernet, MPLS, CDN, video conferencing, cloud-based computing, telepresence, IP Transit and data centre connectivity, the statement said.

The Nawras GVPN service also covers all the main data centres including Paris, London, Amsterdam, New York, Singapore, Frankfurt, Mumbai, Marseilles, Los Angeles, Tokyo and Hong Kong, with the added advantage of one point of contact for all global network requirements.

(This article was published on July 24, 2012)
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