Nepal’s leading Internet Service Provider (ISP) is gearing up for its partnership with an American ISP to offer better internet connectivity to Nepali citizens.
As the recent reports say, Nepal’s World Link is considering US’ Juniper’s high-performance networking solutions to address the network issues locally and tackle concerns of Nepal’s growing internet consumer base.
Through this partnership, the company is keen on transforming into a high-performance 100GbE infrastructure along with future-proofing flexibility and scalability.
“Our partnership with Juniper Networks plays a key role in the steady increase of fixed broadband penetration across a developing country like Nepal,” says Samit Jana, CTO, World Link.
With this, World Link falls in the ambit of the world’s leading ISPs rolling out 100GbE deployments.
The Nepali ISP is looking at the single-platform MX series as a major player towards ensuring sustained growth, cost-efficiency and streamlined network management in its future endeavors to provide seamless connectivity.
Over the years, the company has largely simplified the local network complexities providing easy internet access to thousands of Nepali citizens.
The company reports double growth of fixed broadband internet users, not just in urban areas of the country, but also across more than 70 towns and smaller cities.
“Juniper’s high-performing technologies, along with its detailed after-sales service management, have enabled World Link to continuously deliver a stable and secure network, while ensuring that the growth of internet connectivity is made accessible at an affordable rate,” adds Samit.