HGC has been recognized as the Best International Wholesale Carrier in the Telecom Asia Awards 2018.
HGC, a total telecom solutions and wholesale provider for international carriers, holds a leading market position with its comprehensive and collaborative portfolio that delivers rich, flexible, cloud-based and one-stop solutions.
HGC is a pioneer in providing higher value service in emerging Asian markets. Early this year, HGC rolled out carrier-grade cloud services in Myanmar, which is a growing market in the Greater Mekong sub-region. This enables local carriers to adopt and roll out a global cloud platform that is suited to the local environment. Another recent achievement is the provision of a full SMS firewall suite to safeguard mobile network carrier security in Vietnam. Both services are examples of HGC’s continuous, long-term efforts in building services with carriers across Asia.
HGC has also led the way in expanding connectivity to China. Early this year HGC and China Telecom successfully deployed the first carrier-to-carrier interconnection along the newly built Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge.
Mr. Andrew Kwok, CEO of HGC said, “We are proud and honored to receive this prestigious award. It is our first telecom industry award since we began the new HGC on October 3rd last year. It represents a significant endorsement from the industry. HGC continues to excel in its fundamental network infrastructure, and has made a great leap forward in developing integrated and targeted total solutions. It is our goal to diversify our business to set us apart from the general market players, with our forward-thinking and insightful strategies.”
“We are constantly re-engineering new ways and platforms to enable a more immersive carrier-to-carrier experience that enriches our service portfolio and brings value to partners and customers,” stated Ravindran Mahalingam0, Senior Vice President of International Business at HGC. “We are working to bring the next wave of telecom experience through the ‘softwarization’ of services to carriers.”