Pacnet Presents The Evolution of New Products and Services for the CommsDay Wholesale & Data Centre Summit

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Pacnet Presents The Evolution of New Products and Services for the CommsDay Wholesale & Data Centre Summit

  1. 1. The evolution of new Products and Services Nigel Stitt Vice President & CEO, Australia & NZ CommsDay Wholesale & Data Centre Summit 17 July 2013, The Westin, Sydney
  2. 2. Extensive Intra-Asia, Trans-Pacific Networks Support our Growing Data Center Network Combined Statistics of EAC-C2C and EAC Pacific Construction Cost: Over $4.1B Length: 46,420 km Reach: 23 cable landing stations across Asia and US Design Capacity EAC-C2C: 17.92 to 30.72 Tbps EAC Pacific: 1.92 Tbps
  3. 3. Extensive Connected Asia-Wide Data Centre Network 24 Pacnet Data Centre Services provide consistent service experience across 16 cities in Asia Pacific including 4 in China
  4. 4. Investment in Australia 4 •  Built and launched our Tier III+ Sydney Data Centre in February 2011 and have extensive leased facilities in Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth. •  We have a substantial business in providing the IP network requirements for Enterprises and Government clients for both domestic and global connectivity. •  Transforming our business into providing a managed services layer
  5. 5. Key challenges facing the wholesale sector 1 Explosion in traffic 2 Massively increasing demands for compute & storage resources 3 Enterprise & Government demand for network as a serivce 4 Increasing demand for traffic to and from Asia Sell Footprint or build out with managed services. 5 6 Declining price points for Collocation
  6. 6. What if… You had flexible contracts and features By the year Dedicated on annual contract By the month Add dedicated bandwidth as required By the hour Add capacity for short-term events By the minute Spot pricing for unforeseen resource demands •  Buy bandwidth in shorter terms •  Conceptually down to the minute
  7. 7. What If… virtual cross connect in data center A B N Pacnet N Pacnet N Pacnet A A BC
  8. 8. What If… Virtual cross connect in Australia A BB B D B D CCCB A BA C BNE SYD CBR MELN Pacnet N Pacnet N Pacnet N Pacnet
  9. 9. What If… virtual cross connect in Asia-Pac A BB B D B D CCCB A BA C JP HK SG AUN Pacnet N Pacnet N Pacnet N Pacnet
  10. 10. What if… Bandwidth was dynamic? Melbourne Sydney Mbps 0 1000
  11. 11. Managed Devices More than cables and racks Virtual Private Line Service Ethernet International Private Line Managed Network Services Private Networks Internet Access IP VPN MPLS & IP Sec Content Delivery Services (Caching and Streaming) Premium Dedicated Internet Access Premium IP Transit Prime IP Transit Country-Specific Routes Application Acceleration Content Delivery Networks Dynamic Content Acceleration Content Origin Storage Data Center Services Co-location Data Center Access Link Virtual Private Cloud Virtual Server Private Managed Cloud Managed Storage* Hardware as a Service* Ecosystem (Network as a Service) Managed FirewallManaged Router Demand for full suite of managed services Push to support utility-based, on-demand pricing & resources across the entire stack
  12. 12. Thank you Nigel Stitt Vice President & CEO, Australia & NZ

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