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HPE’s Aruba inks deal with China Telecom to bump up digital infrastructure portfolio

The partnership has been designed to target Chinese enterprises and focuses on the deployment of edge architectures.

By João Marques Lima

Founder and Editor, The Tech Capital

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January 17, 2022 | 4:00 AM GMT

Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company (NYSE: HPE), has entered into a strategic Managed Service Provider (MSP) partnership with China Telecom Global (CTG).

The Global Service Provider agreement expands CTG’s portfolio with Aruba’s Edge-to-Cloud networking solutions.

This partnership has been designed to target Chinese enterprises to establish architectures with Edge-to-Cloud security, fostering the creation of digital applications, and capitalise on booming economies globally.

As the Chinese market continues to expand and globalise, there have been a growing number of Chinese enterprises looking to accelerate their expansion into overseas market.

Under this agreement, both companies will be offering all products under Aruba’s portfolio of solutions, including Aruba’s SD-WAN platform.

He An, Vice General Manager, CTG, said: “CTG is committed to providing flexible and diverse information solutions for our customers in various industries across the globe.

“We believe this strategic partnership between CTG and Aruba will help Chinese companies build a secure and efficient network infrastructure to meet the network infrastructure needs for global operations, helping to establish and extend their presence in the global market.”

Xie Jianguo, General Manager of Aruba China, added: “As a global leader in secure and intelligent Edge-to-Cloud network solutions, Aruba’s forward-thinking solutions provide our users with seamless and secure network experience, empowering them to innovate at speed. As part of our commitment to provide the best-of-breed solutions, we are thrilled to be partnering with CTG, who brings an extensive global network coverage and business service capabilities to the table.

“Coupled with CTG’s rich experience in helping multi-national corporations build global communication services, Aruba’s comprehensive, industry-leading solutions portfolio will aid Chinese enterprises in addressing their networking challenges effectively and unlocking new international business opportunities.”

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