Neterra Expands to Asia Pacific

Global telecommunications provider Neterra is expanding its reach into the Asia Pacific region. The company has deployed its infrastructure in one of Singapore’s most popular data centers (Equinix SG1) and established a subsidiary, Neterra APAC PTE. LTD.

The new location becomes part of Neterra’s existing network of over 220 PoPs worldwide.

Neterra now offers direct data transfer routes to Singapore and the region, providing support and premium telecommunications services such as intercontinental connectivity, global peering, cloud services, and DDoS protection.

Through this new hub, Neterra will also offer all the connectivity services provided by its subsidiary, NetIX, the leading global internet exchange.

The new location will serve as a hub for innovation and customer-oriented solutions and is directly connected to Neterra’s PoP in Marseille.

“This exciting expansion aligns with Neterra’s dedication to meeting the evolving needs of its diverse clientele, and we’re thrilled to bring our exceptional services to the dynamic market of Singapore,” said Dean Belev, Senior Product Manager for Connectivity and NetIX at Neterra. He continued, “This strategic move reinforces our commitment to providing first-class solutions to our valued customers, as well as expanding our global footprint.”

The expansion to Singapore is a logical development for Neterra and its affiliated companies. They have been experiencing sustainable financial and business growth, creating and launching new products and services, and gaining customers and recognition in the telecommunications industry.
In late 2023, Neterra won “The Best Central & Eastern European Carrier 2023″ award at the Capacity Global Carrier Awards, and NetIX was recognized as the ” Best Peering Provider of the Year 2023″ at the annual Global Carrier Community Awards.

About Neterra

Neterra is an independent global telecommunications provider, winner of the Capacity Global Carrier Awards for “The Best Central & Eastern European Carrier 2023”. The company partners with both the world’s largest companies and small and medium-sized businesses. Neterra has been providing international connectivity, data center services, managed network solutions, and security for nearly 30 years. The company owns and operates 4 data centers and its global network with over 220 PoPs in more than 65 countries.

Neterra’s overall customer satisfaction (CSAT) rate is 88%, which is a record for the telecommunications industry, and 71% of Neterra’s customers would recommend its services to their colleagues or business partners (Net Promoter Score), which puts the company in the top 1% of the best telcos in the world.

Neterra’s service portfolio includes:

  • Fully managed fast and secure internet access with 24*7 support – DIA, broadband, international connectivity, infrastructure
  • Data center services in 4 own Tier III data centers – sdc.bg
  • Managed IT services, dedicated servers and flexible cloud services – Neterra.Cloud
  • DDoS protection
  • Global internet exchange platform – NetIX.net
  • Satellite services – Sofia and Trakia teleport
  • IPTV and audio-video content distribution platform – Neterra.TV
  • GPS vehicle tracking system – NetFleet.bg

About NetIX

NetIX is a next-generation internet exchange platform that makes the internet and a range of other innovative connectivity and direct data exchange services faster, more efficient and more cost-effective than ever before. Platform participants can directly exchange traffic with each other and with all other networks and partners connected to them. This benefits their end users. For them, internet pages load much faster. This allows them to interact smoothly and seamlessly with content from around the world.

The NetIX global network reaches over 220 data centers in more than 65 countries on 6 continents. Its traffic reaches daily peaks of nearly 3Tbs. The platform connects over 200 members with content from 10,000 visible networks and more than 35 internet exchange platforms.

NetIX participants include internet providers, radio and television operators, telecommunications operators and content distribution platforms.