In line with a recent official ‘announcement‘ published, America’s cloud service provider ‘Akamai’ & Vietnam’s ‘CMC Telecom’ have signed an agreement of collaboration to deliver security services to a blockchain-based trading space.
Akamai is one amongst the most leading international distributed computing platforms, with revenue in 2017 over ‘$2.5 Bln‘.
Both the providers will offer support to BCNEX, that offers support services for blockchain based startups in Vietnam. Consistent with the report, the aim of this collaboration is to ensure users information and forestall. DDoS [Distributed Denial-of-Service] ‘attacks‘.
The co-founder and chief executive officer of BCNEX namely ‘Ngo Hoang Quyen’, while in an interview with native news outlet ‘Biz Hub’ said:
“Several trading floors around the world had to shut-down their services due to the pervasion of hackers, as well as cases of DDoS attacks. Maintaining an economical, efficient and stable system is a min. requirement for an e-commerce platform generally and a trading space especially.”
CMC Telecom and Akamai are business partners since the starting of 2015. Le Anh Vu, one amongst the Vietnamese company’s director’s, stated end users of BCNEX can benefit at quicker speeds when they are using the trading platform.
Akamai has been involved delivering alike projects before. Earlier in Feb., Japan’s Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group ‘declared‘ it had partnered with the U.S. network to launch a blockchain-based payment system within the first half of 2020.