Maxis and HPE join forces to deliver Malaysia’s first multi-access edge computing solution

Paul McManus (Maxis) and Robert Lye (HPE)

Paul McManus (Maxis) and Robert Lye (HPE)

Credit: Maxis

Maxis, in partnership with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), has become the first solution provider in Malaysia to bring multi-access edge computing (MEC) as a digital solution to corporate customers.

The telecommunications giant is currently developing a number of MEC trial use cases powered by HPE and the Saguna vEdge + platform. These trials leverage Maxis Programmable Network (MPN) technologies, which include cloud, Internet of Things (IoT) and smart solutions.

They also have an integrated micro-service architecture and advanced data processing acceleration technologies that support multi-access technologies for heterogeneous networks, including 4G, 5G and Wi-Fi.

From a technological point of view, MEC delivers a single-digit millisecond response time and makes it possible to process and store data on the edge of the network.

“With the strong traction of digitalization, companies need to be able to generate insights from data faster in order to make critical decisions in a highly competitive operating environment,” said Paul McManus, Chief Enterprise Business Officer at Maxis.

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