SkyLab Joins Red Hat Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Partner Program
To provide secure, low latency and high-performance edge computing cloud platform
SINGAPORE, 26 September 2019 – SkyLab Services Pte Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of SkyLab Holding, shared that they have joined the Red Hat Independent Software Vendor (ISV) partner program to provide an advanced Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) platform to leverage on SkyLab’s advanced MEC operating system (OS) and Red Hat’s enterprise solutions.
SkyLab’s MEC platform aims to meet the needs for secure, large scale, low latency and high-performance edge compute for a wide spectrum of industries, ranging from smart utilities, smart cities and buildings, industrial IoT, maritime as well as the telecommunication sectors.
The Red Hat Independent Software Vendor (ISV) partner program delivers solutions featuring Red Hat technology, helping customers take advantage of the power of open source. The program brings advanced, cost-effective collaboration to the reliable, scalable and more secure Red Hat technologies for enterprise-grade IT services, whether on premise or in the cloud.
Through this collaboration, SkyLab can now explore a range of open source technology solutions that are the foundations for digital transformation and innovation, including Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat OpenShift, an enterprise-ready Kubernetes container platform.
Richard Koh, general manager for ASEAN, Red Hat
“We are excited to support SkyLab on their Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) platform with Red Hat’s enterprise solutions such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. The Red Hat ISV Partner Program has attracted industry-leading solution providers who want to innovate, go to market faster and succeed in a multi-cloud world.”
Stephen Ho, SkyLab Holding’s Group COO and concurrently SkyLab Services Managing Director
“With the advent of 5G, there is a greater demand for low latency and high-performance edge compute. SkyLab is extremely excited to partner with Red Hat, the world’s leading provider of enterprise open source solutions, to jointly capitalize on this trend. We believe that the SkyLab MEC OS, leveraging on Red Hat’s comprehensive suite of high-performance technologies, will offer a very compelling value proposition for our enterprise customers.”
About SkyLab Holding:
SkyLab is a digital performance company that aims to optimize the delivery of content, software and machine data for mission critical applications globally. A Singapore-based deep technology company, it has regional offices in Vietnam, Taiwan and Indonesia, and provides robust enterprise grade Industrial IoT (IIoT) and edge cloud platforms to varied industrial segments ranging from smart utilities, smart cities and buildings, industrial IoT, maritime as well as the telecommunication sectors. It currently operates an extensive telecommunication network that enables the harvesting of IIoT data off solar farms in 1800 locations across Singapore.
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