Network infrastructure provider SP Telecom owns, builds and powers communications and infrastructure services in Singapore.
Part of the Singapore Power Group, we run one of the most extensive networks in Singapore and deliver unprecedented reach, availability and service to our customers and partners. We aim to improve the way people, places and things connect with each other by providing the network infrastructure, by building ecosystems, and by enabling technologies. As a first step, we are focused on telecommunications carriers, data centres, retail service providers and enterprises. We work with partners and customers enabling them to deploy Next Gen infrastructure.
Combining the agility and flexibility of a start-up with the strength, reliability and integrity of the Singapore Power Group of companies, SP Telecom brings customer focus and innovative solutions to the market.
At SP Telecom, we believe that connections create progress. By enabling better communication and stronger networks, we are doing our part to power individuals, businesses and our country forward.
We are a new business with a new outlook. We do not believe in status-quo. We constantly challenge ourselves to look at things from new angles, searching for ways to improve how we help our customers. We believe that by thinking and behaving with agility, we can improve the way people, places and things connect with each other, allowing them to work towards their goals and progress together towards a brighter future.
In short, we are unstoppable in our quest to improve how you connect. Our goal: to help businesses realise their potential.
Singapore Power Group (SP) is a leading energy utility company in the Asia Pacific. We own and operate electricity and gas transmission and distribution businesses in Singapore and in Australia, primarily in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland.
Over a million Singapore industrial and domestic customers benefit from SP’s world-class electricity and gas transmission and distribution, and market support services. Singapore has one of the fewest and shortest power outages of cities worldwide, as rated by international industry indices.
As one of Singapore’s largest corporations, SP recorded revenues of S$4.8 billion and assets of S$15.6 billion in FY14/15.