NTT Com Expands Russian IP-VPN

NTT Communications and TTK announced the interconnection of NTT Com's Arcstar Global IP-VPN and TTK's IP-VPN services in Russia

March 4, 2010

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TOKYO and MOSCOW -- NTT Communications Corp. (NTT Com), a global ICT solutions provider, and Company TTK (TTK), the operator of Russia's largest fiber-optic network, announced on March 4 the interconnection of NTT Com's Arcstar(TM) Global IP-VPN and TTK's IP-VPN services in Russia, and the availability of Arcstar Global IP-VPN service throughout Russia.

As Japanese and other multinational companies expand their operations beyond Moscow and Saint Petersburg into the Russian Far East and other regions, their needs for efficient ICT networks are growing. By interconnecting their two networks and harmonizing basic specifications and procedures, NTT Com and TTK will provide multinational customers with reliable, seamless, low-cost access between offices worldwide and throughout Russia.

"NTT Communications has been working aggressively to support the global expansion of multinational enterprises by providing them with a growing range of high-quality services," said NTT Com's Yosuke Seki, Vice President of Service Development in the Global Business Division. " Russia is a key emerging market for our customers, a main reason why we established NTT Communications Russia in January 2009. TTK, of course, has been a strategic partner of ours since 2006, when we began collaborating on the Hokkaido-Sakhalin Cable System. The interconnection of our IP-VPN services now enables us to provide fully managed ICT services throughout Russia in support of our customers' ICT optimization initiatives."

NTT Communications Corp. (NYSE: NTT)

TransTeleCom Co. CJSC (TTK)

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