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Leading Data Center Operator in the Philippines Deploys Saisei FlowCommand

Clock 3 March 2016
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Leading Data Center Operator in the Philippines Deploys Saisei FlowCommand Image Credit: Saisei

Saisei this week announced that its FlowCommand network performance enforcement software has been deployed by a leading data center operator in the Philippines. Manila-based First Cagayan Converge Data Center (FCCDCI) deployed Saisei software to enable its customers, including gaming, hotel and casino operators to eliminate network congestion, postpone new bandwidth purchases, increase network security and offer fair access to all users.

FCCDCI which provides IT and network services to more than 100 licensed online gaming operators has installed FlowCommand in multiple locations as a virtual edge appliance to control congestion and manage fair usage. Using the software, every single flow is associated in real-time with the application it’s serving, geographic locations, hosts or customer groups, said Saisei. FCCDCI also services hotels and gaming casinos, where it needs to provide fair and equal network access to paying customers. 

Saisei claims that the operator now operates its network at 80% utilization, up from 50% utilization before Saisei FlowCommand was installed.

John Cornejo, IT consultant to FCCDCI
If the game or video freezes for even a moment, a gamer can feel gypped out because he's betting on what he's able to see. Not only that, an addition of a mere five-millisecond delay will cause a gaming  operator’s network to terminate, putting paid gaming sessions and sports bets in jeopardy.

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

For tips and feedback, email Ray at ray.sharma(at), or reach him on LinkedIn, Facebook 


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