Fujitsu Philippines Selects NetFoundry’s Zero Trust Networking Platform

Fujitsu Philippines Selects NetFoundry’s Zero Trust Networking Platform

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Fujitsu Philippines, Inc., a global information technology (IT) systems integrator and solutions provider, has worked with NetFoundry Inc., the leader in zero trust networking, to help businesses in the country address key networking challenges resulting from the acceleration of digital transformation caused by the current global health crisis.

With the sudden changes brought by the pandemic, the alliance between Fujitsu and NetFoundry enables businesses to respond effectively to the disruptions and achieve organizational resilience often referred to as Business Continuity Management (BCM).

Amid the pandemic, organizations need to provide secure, high quality networking everywhere, including over broadband Internet access, such that knowledge workers can be productive in new flexible working arrangements, while IT organizations need solutions they can roll out and manage efficiently and effectively. The work-from-anywhere VPN replacement solutions, formulated by the two companies, helps organizations with their business continuity, continuing “business-as-usual” operations”. The solution helps organizations move to an overall Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) framework, which matches network transformation to digital transformation.

The solutions means organizations can now have zero trust network access to workplace tools, software applications, and resources from any location over any connection. IT organizations meanwhile uses the cloud-orchestrated platform to simplify management and improve productivity. In addition, the solution provides excellent resiliency and reliability, addressing key needs around business processes, workforce productivity, customer service, supply chain, and logistics.

With its nearly five decades of operations in the country, Fujitsu has been helping local organizations in their digital transformation journey. The company has gained rich experience and best practices in executing pilot projects and scaling-up across the enterprise.

NetFoundry’s cloud native, zero trust network access, NaaS (Network as a Service) platform empowers partners to offer network transformation solutions to meet the requirements of digital transformation. NetFoundry is the leader in zero trust networking access solutions and features a global network Fabric with optimized connectivity to every major cloud provider. The solution results in massive cost savings in replacing MPLS and VPN type connections, while often providing 3x to 10x performance improvement with direct, dynamic routing from each endpoint, and NetFoundry Fabric optimization.

“We are pleased to be a provider and partner for Fujitsu Philippines, one of South Asia’s leading information IT systems integrators and solutions providers. Together, we are introducing a transformative approach to support businesses across the Philippines to address, not only their business networking needs but most importantly the challenges brought about by the pandemic to business resiliency and productivity,” said Dipesh Ranjan, VP & APAC MD of NetFoundry.

Fujitsu Philippines President and CEO Raul “Cricket” Santiago could not agree more. He said that ‘with this partnership, NetFoundry and Fujitsu introduces a transformative approach to support businesses across the country. This initiative is also in line with our unique approach to co-creation, which helps drive collaboration and success for businesses’ digital transformation.”

To learn more, visit the website at http://www.fujitsu.com/ph.

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