Epsilon transitions MPLS to SD-WAN for Belton Technology Group

Epsilon will be the key partner to replace contract manufacturer, Belton Technology  Group’s legacy MPLS with a software-defined wide-area network (SD-WAN). This will aim to improve connectivity between manufacturing plants and offices across mainland China, Hong Kong, the Philippines, and Thailand.

Traditional MPLS is dependent on Points of Presence (PoP) in a specific country. Epsilon’s SD-WAN solution combats the inflexible nature of MPLS WAN and enables a cost effective, highly available and flexible data communication network to keep up with Belton Technology’s surging business growth and customer demands.

“Our SD-WAN solution unleashes the full potential of on-demand connectivity. It enables Belton Technology to support new ICT innovations with a WAN that is elastic and built to scale as the business grows,” said Warren Aw, Managing Director, Asia Pacific at Epsilon. “It’s been great to work together with Belton Technology to evolve its legacy WAN and provide a cost-effective, secure and high-performance network that meets its changing business needs.”

“We chose Epsilon because its SD-WAN solution met our needs from the start. We needed to expand into new locations seamlessly while maintaining high performance connectivity between our manufacturing plants and offices in mainland China, Hong Kong, Thailand and the Philippines,” said Alice Lai, Senior IT Manager at Belton Technology Group. “We’re excited to see where our relationship with Epsilon will go as we continue to grow our footprint. The team recognised how we could improve and quickly deployed the right solutions, as well as providing support throughout the entire process.”

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