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NTT Com to Expand Cloud-based Enterprise Network Service Globally

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by September 30, 2011 Technology

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TOKYO, Sep. 29 /Kyodo JBN-AsiaNet/ –

NTT Communications Corporation (NTT Com) announced on September 29 that Arcstar (TM) Universal One, which enables enterprises to rapidly deploy cloud-based networks on a reliable, scalable basis, will soon expand from Japan to 159 countries across the world. Applications will be accepted beginning tomorrow, September 30.

Arcstar Universal One, which links directly and seamlessly to the customer’s private network, will be offered in four grades of service to meet varying requirements for quality and cost. All grades will feature redundant access lines and convenient one-stop operation and maintenance.

Premium Grade – Top quality and reliability assured by redundant bandwidth-guaranteed constant-rate access lines.

Business Grade – High reliability via a bandwidth-guaranteed constant-rate access line backed up by a best-effort access line.

Economy Grade – Quality balanced with cost effectiveness by offering partial bandwidth-guaranteed access via variable-rate access backed up by best-effort access.

Light Grade – Low-cost plan using best-effort access backed up by wireless access.

The primary features of Arcstar Universal One include:

– Highly reliable network reaching 159 countries via proven, low-latency submarine cable networks, such as PC-1 between Japan and the U.S. (exceeding 500 Gbps) and Asia Submarine-cable Express between Japan and Singapore from June 2012 (exceeding 500 Gbps).

– Global one-stop total operation, including ordering and maintenance available in English as well as Japanese. A dedicated web portal enables customers to check network status.

– Rapid implementation of total cloud-optimized network environment through integration with NTT Com’s BizCITY cloud-based applications and Arcstar Unified Communication Service for seamless global communication.

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SOURCE: NTT Communications Corporation

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