NTT takes data to Russia

NTT Communications Russia, a wholly owned subsidiary of NTT Com, will this month launch a  range of data center services beginning with colocation services.
Services will be provided through via IXcellerate's Moscow One carrier-neutral data center in Moscow. NTT Com Russia will integrate and expand its network, cloud and hosting services for customers to locate telecom, internet and IT infrastructure.
"Moscow is experiencing a large influx of corporate and content-rich media companies who require bandwidth to handle their surging data traffic,” said Tetsuo Sano, general director of NTT Com Russia.
The company “needs enterprise-class data center capacity to serve these customers, so it was a natural decision for us to link our network and services with IXcellerate's new facility."

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