HGC Premium Internet Access
To improve the current network capabilities from China to access global internet, HGC offers a premium internet solution that ensures reliable and high performance connectivity to meet the high demand of digital transformation.
Leveraging HGC's carrier-grade internet network, this service provides flexible bandwidth with network optimization. By addressing network congestion issues from Mainland China to global internet, including data traffic and cloud services, HGC optimizes cross-border internet networks.
|Traditional Internet Access
|HGC Premium Internet Access
|Networking to cloud
|Uncontrollable access to public cloud
|Optimized network leads stable public cloud access
|With the proliferation of various ISPs, the quality of internet connectivity becomes reliant on the best effort approach
|Guaranteed bandwidth with end-to-end SLA
|Self or separated monitoring on internet connectivity and restoration by different ISPs/vendor
|Unified 24 x 7proactive monitoring and fault management by HGC professional NOC
|Contract based on individual service ordered separately
|Contract based on an entitled solution, including internet connectivity, network optimization and managed service
A leading electronics company from the Netherlands, with its business covering Greater China, Southeast Asia, and the United Kingdom, has established their mail server in a public cloud platform located in London. The company currently utilizes low bandwidth MPLS connections to link its mainland China office and Netherlands headquarters, as well as other branch offices. The hub site in the Netherlands is connected to the cloud infrastructure via MPLS.
The customer is a fashion retail company headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, with branch offices spanning Mainland China, Asia, and Europe. As the company increasingly relies on video conferences for meetings between their branch offices, they have encountered challenges. Their current video conference setup, with separate applications installed in each office, has resulted in inconsistent interconnections, particularly in their offices in China, where they rely on different local service providers, leading to poor video conference quality and reliability.