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Kingdom ISP provider links up with Thai firm

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EZECOM can take advantage of LXT Network’s extensive access to intra-Asian submarine cable systems operated by its shareholder StrataNet.

Kingdom ISP provider links up with Thai firm

EZECOM, Cambodia’s wholesale internet service provider (ISP), announced on Thursday that it has reached a partnership agreement with Thai-based LXT Networks to offer a combined connectivity solution which will bridge five countries in Asean.

The company’s public relations manager, Houng Sopheakdara, said on Thursday that the partnership enables the two companies to fulfill the capacity requirements and connectivity needs of ISPs seeking to deliver services in Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam and Thailand.

He said it will strengthen the ability of both companies to provide all kinds of internet and telecom services to its customers, as well as promote a more connected Asean.

“It provides a lot of benefits to our customers especially local and international companies because they need internet services that are directly connected to major overseas destinations to ensure smooth and secure data transfers,” he said.

Through the partnership, LXT Network can access EZECOM’s holdings in the Malaysia-Cambodia-Thailand (MCT) and Asia-America Gateway (AAG) submarine cable systems.

Meanwhile, EZECOM can take advantage of LXT Network’s extensive access to intra-Asian submarine cable systems operated by its shareholder StrataNet, which holds significant capacities on various submarine cable systems such as SJC, APCN2, AAG, APG, ASE and JUS.

Tom Sastararuchi, the CEO at LXT Networks, said the company is satisfied with the partnership agreement with EZECOM, which serves to boost the strength of its network.

“The partnership with EZECOM adds further value to investments made by our shareholder StrataNet and the development of an innovative and Flexible Optical Network throughout Southeast Asia,” he said.

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