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Console Connect and Princeton Digital Group Improve Access to the Cloud

Console Connect by PCCW Global and Princeton Digital Group (PDG) have teamed up to provide businesses in Singapore with secure, fast and flexible connections to leading cloud providers located throughout Asia.

Console Connect recently launched a PoP at PDG’s SG1 data center in Singapore that enables PDG customers to directly connect to the Console Connect digital platform, giving them access to international connectivity on-demand linking more than 400 data centers in over 50 countries.

Through Console Connect, users can instantly provision direct and private connections to over 900 entities worldwide, including all major private and public cloud providers, and a growing number of carrier, data center, SaaS, UCaaS and IoT partners.

The platform supports the growing cloud connectivity requirements of enterprises in Singapore, which are among the highest adopters of public cloud services in Asia. Using either the secure Console Connect web portal or its API, PDG customers can quote, order, deliver and manage their network connections to leading cloud platforms including AWS, Alibaba Cloud, Google Cloud, IBM Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Naver Cloud and many others.

Console Connect is underpinned by one of the world’s largest Tier 1 networks. This network offers extensive coverage across Asia, with pay-as-you-go pricing available to Console Connect users for on-demand bandwidth between key Asian markets such as Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia and Singapore, as well as beyond to Europe, Africa and the Americas.

Console Connect’s new Internet On-Demand (IO-D) service will also soon be available to PDG customers at the Singapore data center, enabling them to purchase more carrier services through one access port.

SG1 is located in the heart of Singapore and is a strategic location for hyperscale cloud providers and enterprises that are looking to expand their operations or require additional capacity. The facility is located near the existing cloud and network hub of Tai Seng, providing direct access to the SGX trading platform and other FSI ecosystems.

As a pan-Asian digital infrastructure service provider, PDG provides the building blocks for hyperscalers and enterprises to scale their business in key digital economies in Asia. PDG has 18 data centers in 12 cities across Asia, including Surabaya, Jakarta and Shanghai.


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