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Malaysian MSP Taps Saisei FlowCommand to Deliver Fair Usage & VIP User Experience on SDN

Clock 29 April 2016
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Malaysian MSP Taps Saisei FlowCommand to Deliver Fair Usage & VIP User Experience on SDN Image Credit: Saisei

A leading Malaysian managed services provider (MSP), Sunway Digital Wave (SDW) has deployed Saisei FlowCommand at the heart of their Software Defined Network(SDN) network to guarantee fair and equal access to network services and a superior quality of experience (QoE) to all subscribers. 

SDW supports the Sunway group, Malaysia’s largest property-construction group -- with hospitality, retail, healthcare, education, leisure, commercial offices and real estate, manufacturing, property and construction businesses operating in 50 locations worldwide. SDW has been building out its Software Defined Network (SDN) to support business expansion to new regions as well as to support new residential and commercial customers outside the Sunway group.

According to Saisei, the FlowCommand solution identifies, monitors and controls every single flow on a critical broadband link – up to millions of concurrent data, voice and video sessions – in real time without any impact on network performance. Aggressive applications -- including P2P applications, high volumes of YouTube traffic or file transfers, that grab huge percentages of link bandwidth and crash other users – get the same percentage of a link’s bandwidth as every other user on the network.

Daniel Soh, Assistant General Manager, Sunway Digital Wave
Fair usage was the biggest requirement for us, but FlowCommand has provided a number of other great benefits in terms of much more advanced and instantaneous visibility, analytics and control. The control of our bandwidth is markedly better across the board.  We’ve improved bandwidth utilization by more than 30%, which has translated into a more than $80,000 bandwidth cost savings and delayed capex on upgrades for more than 6 months. 

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

Ray can be reached at ray.sharma(at)thefastmode.com.

 

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