NTT Communications bags NLD license in India

By December 11th, 2015 AT 9:16 AM

NTT Communications has bagged National Long Distance license in India through NTT Communications India Network Services, a newly established Indian subsidiary. NTT Com now will be able to launch India domestic network services by the end of December 2015. The launch will include IP-VPN and other high-quality connectivity services to meet the growing demands of companies such as automobile dealers and retailers with distributed sites across India.


The company said that customers will be able to use multiple local carriers for carrier-redundant access. NTT Com will combine its new network services with managed-hosting and cloud services currently offered by another NTT Com subsidiary, Netmagic Solutions, which owns nine data centers in India.

As a result, NTT Com will offer a comprehensive range of ICT services, including system integration, to support the businesses of Indian enterprises and multinational corporations.

“NTT Com – Netmagic will now offer world-class ICT solutions comprising secure, high-quality private-network services, including IP-VPN connecting data centers and the cloud to customers’ domestic sales or production bases. Netmagic, which launched its largest data center in Mumbai recently, is committed to constantly upgrading its product roadmap for data centers & cloud offerings,” Sharad Sanghi, the managing director and CEO of Netmagic, said in a statement.

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