14 Sep 2020
SkyLab Launches Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) & FusionFlow For 5G Use Cases Powered By Microsoft Azure
Secure, low latency and high-performance applications enablement platform
SkyLab Services Pte Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of SkyLab Holding, shared that its advanced Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) and Data Logistics Cloud FusionFlow™ is now powered by Microsoft Azure.
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.
With Azure, customers of SkyLab Data Logistics Cloud FusionFlow™ can be assured that their cloud platform is both secure and scalable. SkyLab has delivered the first commercial Multi-Access Edge Computing platforms in Singapore and across Asia-Pacific. SkyLab has also developed intellectual property in advanced networking and cloud-native technologies to support real-life industrial use cases.
Gerald Leo, Director, One Commercial Partner and Small Medium Enterprises Group at Microsoft Singapore.
“Combining the powerful data aggregation and edge processing capabilities from Microsoft Azure with SkyLab’s domain and technical capabilities, customers can get access to more actionable insights that will drive new revenues, performance and productivity. This integration and partnership is made possible as both the Microsoft and Skylab teams are passionate about creating joint success for our customers.”
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. One of the biggest challenges faced by most businesses is the integration of legacy, current and future mission-critical systems with IoT solutions whilst ensuring scalability for future needs. SkyLab has built robust solutions, powered by Microsoft Azure, that enable our clients to meet these challenges head-on so that they can focus on driving their core business.”