In a show of strength, Zyxel claims two of the top accolades at the 2023 Network Computing Awards UK. A fitting outcome for the growing recognition of the brand that can deliver the highest levels of performance, reliability and value for customers organisations of all sizes.
The Zyxel Nebula cloud management platform was named Network Management Product of the Year, while the XMG1930-30 multi-gigabit switch was declared Network Infrastructure Product of the Year. Having received the awards for the third consecutive year, it demonstrates the high regard in which Zyxel products are recognized within the networking community, said Mr. Gary Chen, ANZ regional head at Zyxel Networks.
“We are honored and delighted to see both Nebula and the XMG1930-30 switch recognized in the Network Computing Awards. This as a reflection of the high regard in which Zyxel solutions are held today, by both our end-user customers and by network professionals and partners. We have seen tremendous growth and success with Nebula, which is now established as a dependable and network management platform upon which MSPs can deliver exceptional levels of service.
“We’ve also seen an excellent response to the XMG1930-30 which, with support for 24 2.5G ports and six 10G uplinks, and it’s ‘Layer 3 Lite’ capabilities’ breaks new ground in the SMB market. While it was only launched at the beginning of the year, it’s has already become one of the best sellers amongst our growing range of adaptable, high-performance multi-gigabit switches.”
One of the main reasons for Zyxel’s success, he said, is the methodical and uncompromising approach the company takes to product research and development. “We listen carefully to the views of our customers and partners and feed that directly into our product development process. That, alongside the innovation and investments we make to ensuring we are using the latest and best technologies, means that our solutions meet the real, everyday needs of customers. That’s why Zyxel is now competing and winning against the perceived leading brands in the market.”