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NEWS : NTT’s Data Center Projects Buzzing In Hong Kong, India & the UK

20 November 2020

Telecommunications and ICT provider NTT Ltd is pushing forward with key development opportunities in Hong Kong, India, and the United Kingdom.

In Hong Kong, Megaport deployed a point-of-presence (PoP) at NTT’s Tai Po Data Center. The PoP, which is an expansion of Megaport’s PoP at the Financial Data Center, will enable Megaport to support the deployment of enterprise hybrid and multicloud strategies.

NTT’s APAC data center services group GCTI and EVP Steven So says the partnership with Megaport reflects rising demand for hybrid cloud solutions within its Hong Kong data centers.

“With Megaport’s strong portfolio of cloud service providers, the deployment of an additional PoP at our Tai Po Data Center is an important milestone for us to deliver unparalleled end-to-end solutions that help enterprises navigate digital transformation through unprecedented uncertainty.”

In India, NTT has worked with UNION Asset Management Company (Union AMC) to deploy a software-defined data center solution to assist with infrastructure transformation.
NTT states that software-defined infrastructure transformation is not a new or emerging trend within data centers – it is here, now.

According to NTT, Union AMC’s current IT infrastructure needed a boost in efficiency, flexibility, and security.  Union AMC developed a hybrid IT Infrastructure adoption roadmap that is expected to optimize operations, minimize security risk, enhance infrastructure agility using automation and virtualization, and business scalability with an infrastructure that can host new applications and augment capacity on demand.

“Union AMC has been a marquee project for us which helped us showcase our capabilities in complex software-defined data center platforms which could run modern applications and business analytics tools. Recently, we have also been assisting other large financial institutes to build and manage petabytes of data on private cloud infrastructure,” comments NTT India senior director and region head, west, Rahul Ambegaoker.

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