BANGKOK, Thailand -- ADVA Optical Networking announced today that the Stock Exchange of Thailand has deployed the ADVA FSP 3000 for mission-critical storage area network (SAN) connectivity.
Focusing primarily upon business continuity and disaster recovery applications, the ADVA FSP 3000 was specifically chosen because of its proven success in other financial networks around the world. The Thailand Stock Exchange is now able to transport information between data centers with low latency, high availability and robust security.
The ADVA FSP 3000 was installed and will be maintained by Stream I.T. Consulting.
“Trust is the cornerstone of our business. It's something we pride ourselves on. It's what our customers expect from us, it's what we expect from ourselves,” said Mr. Thirapun Sanpakit, senior vice president group head, IT Operations, Stock Exchange of Thailand. “An always-on and dependable network is a key part of this trust. Our data is critical to our success and our customers' success. They need to know data is safe, secure and readily available.”
Another key to ADVA Optical Networking's long-term success with the Stock Exchange of Thailand is its certification record. The ADVA FSP 3000 is one of the few products within the industry to have such a wealth of industry accreditation. It is officially certified by all leading storage vendors, including IBM and Brocade. This level of certification ensures high degrees of interoperability and plug-and-play simplicity. Matching such ease of use with performance is key for the Stock Exchange of Thailand, enabling them to focus on their business and not their network. In this environment, the network becomes a key differentiator and a true business asset.