KEYMILE opens Asia Pacific regional hub in Singapore

KEYMILE that designs, manufactures and implements data transmission systems has opened its Asia Pacific regional hub in Singapore. The company aims to have a focused approach towards its customers and partners locally. According to the company, the expansion will help it to spread its product portfolio which it claims, will be positioned in a better way in front of its international competitors such as Exfo, Riverbed and ExtraHop. The new branch in Singapore will be headed by Dieter Klein who will take over as Managing Director for Asia. The England-based KEYMILE will focus on entering new markets and provide superior support to customers as well as regional sales and service partners locally, which was previously handled from Europe. This will also make processing public and private tenders from the Asian region easier. Dieter Klein, Managing Director, KEYMILE Asia stated:
“The new branch supports our strategy of intensifying our relationships with our existing and new customers and partners in Asia. Singapore is an ideal starting point to gain further established, innovative and familiar companies from the region as new sales and service partners and therefore actively boost our growth”.
KEYMILE’s Mission-Critical Systems (MCS) that offers network infrastructures providing critical applications for energy grids, railways, oil and gas pipelines and authorities. The systems available in this network ranges from XMC20, UMUX, XMP1, LineRunner IS-3400, LineRunner IS-3200 and LineRunner SCADA NG. With its existing product portfolio, in particular its XMC20 hybrid multi-service access and transmission platform KEYMILE claims to offer everything customers in the APAC region need to migrate from traditional to IP technologies. This switch also creates strong demand for solutions like highly secure end-to-end encryption in mission critical networks. In addition, the new SECU1 security card, which was launched in June this year offers secure transmission of mission critical data in MPLS-TP environments by using quantum physics.

Abhinav Mohapatra

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