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Nextlink Technology: Delivering a Comprehensive Cloud Adoption Solution
As the first partner in Taiwan to obtain AWS MSP qualifications, Nextlink Technology helps clients in cloud migration. The company not only provides cloud agency service consulting but also actively deploys third-party solutions for technical resources, project development, and other technical applications to create a full range of enterprise cloud solutions for customers. “We are committed to simplifying IT service requirements at all levels to accelerate the management of customers’ key business applications,” says Shasta Ho, CEO of Nextlink Technology. By rapidly deploying new technologies to reshape the customer experience, the company helps from procurement, product operation and maintenance, technical services, and optimized operations.
In the cloud industry, Nextlink Technology is the largest in Taiwan and will move towards the largest in the Asia-Pacific in the future. In addition to continuously deepening the layout of overseas markets such as China, Hong Kong, Southeast Asia, etc., it is advancing towards the global market, hoping to become a digital transformation aid for international companies.
Nextlink Technology’s architect team has many years of experience in helping the industry to build a cloud environment. Through two-way meetings, education and training, and the development of migration strategies, the company helps customers understand the plan and goals of going to the cloud. In the middle of the plan, it selects suitable migration tools for customers and conducts PoC.
Further, Nextlink Technology has multi-platform certified architects and experienced teams at home and abroad. “Customers can be sure of the fact that we are committed to providing enterprise professional, diversified and global cloud solutions and high-quality services and products, and we have obtained the Migration Competency program certification in 2020, which can assist customers in moving to the cloud with AWS original certification,” states Ho. In an instance, Nextlink Technology helped Taiwan’s largest semiconductor manufacturers by executing EDA (Electronic Design Automation) workloads on AWS. This helped them expand or reduce elastic computing within minutes and adjust the size of services according to demand. Finally, the client exclusively used AWS High-speed computing services and improved overall production efficiency and cost optimization.
In order to provide customers with a better cloud experience, in addition to providing AWS services, Nextlink Technology has also established a multi-cloud ecosystem, providing total solutions such as information security, storage, database, developer-related solution, big data, and training to satisfy customers’ demand for one-stop shopping. What differentiates the company is that they attach great importance to customer information security. “At the same time, we also plan to integrate Elastic Stack’s SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) and real-time streaming software to create real-time information security monitoring services,” informs Ho. In addition, Nextlink Technology helps users use cloud technology to carry out digital transformation, build cloud data lakes and data warehousing, and integrate Tableau and cloud data analysis/machine learning services to create one-stop business intelligence solutions for customers.
Future on the Cloud
Ho believes that the Covid-19 pandemic has impelled organizations to adopt a remote working culture. This trend shows no signs of slowing down, and remote work will probably be a permanent scenario for many, even with the pandemic subsides. However, many organizations with legacy IT infrastructure find it difficult to transform and to provide a remote working solution for their employees which balance strong, secure access with user productivity needs. “We are well-positioned to help clients achieve both security and productivity by using AWS Remote Work Solutions, which include services such as video conferencing, VDI, hybrid networking, and file sharing,” concludes Ho.