• NTT Com’s ASE Lands in Hong Kong

    NTT Com’s ASE Lands in Hong Kong

    How do you improve upon an industry-leading latency of 65 milliseconds? NTT Communications’ extension of its Asia Submarine-cable Express to Hong Kong is how. Director of Network Engineering for NTT Com Asia, Junta Nakanishi reveals the process and the benefits here…

  • The Rise of the Open Cloud

    The Rise of the Open Cloud

    The Open Cloud Movement is gaining momentum through cross-layer optimization in IaaS, PaaS, networks and data centers, due to the rise of Open Cloud platforms and technologies such as OpenStack and CloudStack.

  • NTT Communications at Gartner Data Center Conference 2012

    NTT Communications at Gartner Data Center Conference 2012

    NTT Communications will be leading a session at the Gartner Data Center Conference that explores the main components of corporate Recovery as a Service, and shows how RaaS can be incorporated into an overall IT strategy in a way that’s both cost-effective and easy to implement. While you’re enjoying the conference, visit booth 523 to pick up an NTT Communications Poker Chip that could be worth $100!

  • Big Data Lives Here

    Big Data Lives Here

    Everybody’s talking about big data. The possibilities, the innovations, the future. But big data is more than just an idea. It really exists and takes up space. And before you use it, you’ve got to have a place to put it (and transport it, manage it, protect it, etc.). That’s where NTT Communications comes in…

  • Hybrid Clouds: Asia Pacific Enterprises’ Secret Weapon?

    Hybrid Clouds: Asia Pacific Enterprises’ Secret Weapon?

    The Asia Pacific market has become a pressure cooker. Decentralized, scalable IT infrastructures is the obvious answer. But getting the expertise, resources and investment to deploy and manage such an infrastructure within the four walls of a corporate is not only expensive but also time and labour intensive.

  • Over Russia with Love: The New Data Highway

    Over Russia with Love: The New Data Highway

    The scale of infrastructure involved in connecting the far corners of the world is something to marvel at. To meet customer needs for a quick and reliable route, NTT has taken capacity on the new TEA-2. A fully terrestrial path that runs from Europe to Hong Kong over DWDM networks and extends to Tokyo, it provides customers with a direct network and offers lower latency to the traditional routes.

  • Stay Up!

    Stay Up!

    With NTT Communications Recovery as a Service, you can avoid application downtime during server outages because employees can work from a replicated system in the cloud. So you can ride out any disaster.

 
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