Tata Communications Extends its Reach to Russia

By April 27th, 2010 AT 10:49 AM

Tata Communications, a leading provider of a new world of communications, today announces a further expansion of its network into Russia via a local Moscow point of presence. As the brand sets its sights on the growing demand for telecom services in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), its local presence in this geography further reinforces its focus on emerging markets.

The company owns and operates one of the world’s largest private sub-sea cable networks, enabling flexible and scalable end-to-end solutions backed by strong Service Level Agreements (SLAs). It delivers services to over 1,600 wholesale customers, 10,000 enterprise customers and more than 600 mobile operators – this includes over 100 service providers in Russia and CIS that are serviced from the Moscow office.

Tata Communications is also pioneering international collaboration services by connecting Russia and CIS to its global telepresence network through a partnership agreement with Kazakh Telecom. The agreement will see connection between the cities of Moscow , Astana and Almaty to its global Telepresence public room network which will have coverage across 35 cities worldwide by the end of 2010.

Claude Sassoulas, Managing Director, Europe and Africa , Tata Communications stated “Our expansion into Russia highlights our commitment to extend our global footprint into the emerging markets and deliver an unparalleled global network reach for our industry-leading voice and data services.”

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