Fujitsu & NetFoundry offer Zero Trust Networking

Improving business continuity management and security

Partnership Overview

Fujitsu Philippines Inc. (FPI) is one of the country’s leading Information and Communications Technology (ICT) system integrators. Our local knowledge comes from 45 years of operations in the Philippines, while our global expertise comes from our affiliation with Fujitsu Ltd. of Japan, an international leader in computers, telecommunication, electronic components, software and services.

FPI has an unmatched track record in designing, building, implementing, and maintaining ICT solutions, especially in difficult projects with complex technology architectures, nation-wide geographic scope, and tight implementation schedules.

Fujitsu and NetFoundry have partnered to help businesses in the Philippines address key networking challenges resulting from the acceleration of digital transformation, cloud and IoT.

Solution Overview

Organizations now need secure, high quality networking everywhere, including over broadband Internet access. Solutions need to be future-ready, flexible and adaptive so organizations can have the resiliency they need in Business Continuity Management (BCM), while providing organizations with agility and automation.

Fujitsu and NetFoundry provide Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) secured solutions for any secure networking use case including work-from-anywhere VPN replacement, multicloud, IoT and B2B. The solution helps organizations iteratively move to a Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) framework, which matches network transformation to digital transformation, while the ZTNA immediately protects orgs from threats such as ransomware.

As stated by Fujitsu Philippines President and CEO Raul “Cricket” Santiago, “with this partnership, NetFoundry and Fujitsu introduces a transformative approach to support businesses across the country. This initiative is in line with our unique approach to co-creation, which helps drive collaboration and success for businesses’ digital transformation.”