According to the World Bank Group, 18.9% of private sector businesses in Malaysia experienced electrical outages from March 2015 to May 2016. With the average duration of a typical electrical outage at 3.8 hours, more than 10% of businesses had backup power in the form of generators.
The study also showed that businesses that utilized generators used them regularly, with over 20% of the electrical power consumed by these businesses, supplied by these generators.
As the Raya season approaches, Malaysians are gearing up to hit the road and reunite with their families to celebrate.
According to the Royal Malaysian Police, the influx of traffic on the road results in up to 1,500 accidents per day during the Hari Raya period every year.
As cloud adoption accelerates, shifting traffic patterns require the intelligent, application-aware steering of SaaS traffic directly to the internet, changing the role of routing at the WAN edge. By combining SD-WAN, routing, WAN optimization and branch firewall capabilities in a single, fully registered “thin branch” solution, enterprises and service providers can greatly simplify WAN edge infrastructure and streamline the management of underlying WAN services.