Taiwanese network equipment maker Neteyes Networks Corp Plans to provide equipment allowing for high-speed, low-prized internet access to large and medium companies. Yew Loong Kum, Neteyes’ South Asia manager, said his company would sell equipment that combines various internet access modes like broadband, wireless broadband, cable and satellite.
A company in Vietnam now pays some one billion dong a month for an ADSL line with a download speed of up to two megabytes per second and 80 million dong more a month for a leased line.
With Neteyes’ equipment the two ways of internet access will be combined, preventing network congestion and reducing costs, Yew said. He added that the more ADSL lines a company uses, the lower is the fee it pays and the higher is the access speed.
The equipment for linking 32 internet lines costs US$6,600. Neteyes has appointed FPT, Sao Bac Dau and CMC to distribute its equipment in Vietnam. It has also set up a company, called iAccess Vietnam, a month ago to provide support for these companies. Yew said.
Neteyes, established in 1999, has opened subsidiaries in Europe, Hong Kong and South Asia.