NTT Com Sets Up in Shanghai

NTT Com to launch data center and e-VLAN POP in Shanghai

January 28, 2009

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TOKYO -- NTT Communications Corporation (NTT Com) announced today that it has agreed with China Telecom Shanghai, a subsidiary of China Telecom Group, one of the nation’s biggest fixed and mobile phone operators, to launch the Yuanqu Data Center in Shanghai on February 2.

NTT Com also announced that the data center will introduce Global e-VLAN point of presence (POP) to provide international wide-area Ethernet service on February 2. Customers will be able to connect their servers and systems to a high-speed backbone network directly on the premises of the data center, thereby minimizing connection costs.

Data centers are a key way that NTT Com supports secure, stable, optimized operations of corporate customers on a worldwide basis. NTT Com data centers in 27 cities of Asia-Pacific, North and South America and Europe place a special emphasis on providing globally consistent solutions for multinational customers.

The rapid increase of global companies operating in China has raised the demand for high-quality, high-reliability data centers offering seamless connection to international wide-area networks, such as the new Yuanqu Data Center. The facility will provide co-location, managed operation (monitoring, maintenance, security, etc.) and network, including NTT Com’s Arcstar Global IP-VPN and Global e-VLAN services. Shanghai NTT Telecommunications Engineering Co., Ltd will provide customer support in Japanese, Chinese and English on a 24/7 basis.

NTT Communications Corp. (NYSE: NTT)

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