Polaris Software Lab, an Indian IT services company, has selected Verizon Business to streamline the company's global sites and enhance business communications.
Verizon Private IP is being rolled out across Polaris Software Lab's global network to provide a resilient foundation that offers reliability and flexibility. In addition, the multiprotocol-label-switching (MPLS) based service can easily be scaled to support the company's ongoing expansion plans.
Intellectual property is the driving force behind Polaris Software Lab's products and services. As a result, the company wanted to maximise the potential of its global network infrastructure to facilitate the swift and secure exchange of business-critical information across key voice, data and various enterprise applications to support software-development projects.
Verizon Private IP -- a network-based, virtual private network (VPN) -- will not only support the fast and efficient addition of new sites as the company expands, but also provide the capacity for future IP-based conferencing and unified communications solutions to enhance global collaboration.
V Balakrishnan, Polaris Software Lab's chief information officer, said, "We have historically operated on point-to-point networks, which offered neither the reliability nor flexibility we needed to support our continued global expansion. We needed a communications platform that would essentially future-proof our business in terms of both geographical expansion and technical capabilities. Verizon Business combined a strong technology solution with global presence and local expertise to give us a solution that would support both our current and future communications needs."
Updated Date: Jan 31, 2017 02:06:32 IST