From the beaches of Honolulu to the beaches of Miami, China Telecom Americas (CTA) is trading in one leading industry event in one great location for another. After wrapping up a successful appearance at PTC ‘22 in Hawaii earlier this month, CTA leaders are now headed to Metro Connect USA in Miami on Jan. 31 – Feb. 2.
China Telecom Americas at Metro Connect USA
Metro Connect USA is a premier meeting place for digital infrastructure leadership teams across the U.S. Leaders from the fiber, data center, cloud, tower, cable industries and more come together to discuss the landscape of the rapidly evolving needs of the digital infrastructure that empowers the way we communicate and do business today. As a leading provider of integrated communications and information technology services to enterprises in more than110 countries, CTA plays a large role in advancing the digital infrastructure landscape and meeting connectivity needs.
“We’re excited about networking with industry leaders at another great industry event. The level of knowledge among the participants is extremely high, and we look forward to contributing to the discussion on how to continue to meet the growing digital needs of our customers through existing and new, innovative solutions.” – Luis Fiallo, Vice President at China Telecom Americas
China Telecom Americas SD-WAN Solutions
Headquartered in Herndon, Virginia, CTA has offices in Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles and New York, as well as in Canada and Brazil. CTA specializes in connecting service provider organizations and enterprises to China and the Asia-Pacific region. Among other solutions, CTA has deployed a growing number of SD-WAN technologies for its customers. As enterprises worldwide adopt more hybrid work environments and the use of cloud applications and connected devices, the flexibility and agility that SD-WAN provides has become more in demand. CTA’s SD-WAN offerings allow customers to:
- Adapt in real time to bandwidth demands and network conditions
- Connect customers overseas branches with greater security
- Decrease management and administration costs
- Reduce WAN complexity and maintenance
- Access public cloud platforms