—CT News Bureau

Guwahati, March 18: A10 Networks, a provider of application networking has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with AMTRON, the IT arm of the Assam government for data centers transformation and IPv6 migration projects.

As part of the agreement, A10 Networks will help establish a technical competency center within AMTRON. Leading the charter for major data center transformation, network upgrade and migration of major IT assets onto IPv6 platform, AMTRON will standardize its IT infrastructure on A10’s application networking solutions for their internal data center and IPv6 migration projects.

This agreement allows AMTRON to position A10’s solution portfolio for network optimization, security and IPv6 migration as the platform to build next-generation network services.


With over 24 years of experience, AMTRON has executed turnkey projects in the field of telecommunications and IT

Hayato Koeda, Vice President, Asia Pacific Japan, A10 Networks said, “Increasing business complexity creates demand for more efficient and secure networks. Therefore, products and solutions that help organizations optimize IT delivery of the business are necessary.”

Dinesh S Pegu, Managing Director, AMTRON, said, “With this relationship, we will strive to provide world class services to our customers, and to help organizations optimize the IT delivery of their businesses.”