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Global Information & Communications Technology (ICT) Provider NTT Communications Announces India Business Strategy

Delhi NCR & Tokyo (PRWEB UK) 16 April 2015

NTT Communications Corporation (NTT Com), the ICT solutions and international communications business within NTT, is a 53rd ranked Fortune 500 company. NTT Communications India subsidiary on its 10th Anniversary celebrations recently announced the India Business Strategy. Globally, NTT Com is a long-distance & ICT solution provider, with subsidiaries and offices in 124 cities across 42 countries around the world.

Speaking on the occasion of the 10th anniversary said, Masakazu Kobayashi, Managing Director – NTT Com India, We are extremely delighted to have completed a decade of our successful operations in India. With a robust India strategy ahead, we shall continue to invest in and expand high-quality Datacenter / Cloud services and international network services based on our service strategy ‘Global Cloud Vision’. With an explosive growth in data traffic in India along-with an expansive need of hosting and cloud, NTT Com India along with our sister company Netmagic Solutions would optimize the information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure of enterprises in India.

About the landmark developments, Masakazu Kobayashi stated, NTT Com India has inaugurated a new branch office in Ahmedabad today. Our Ahmedabad office is primarily targeted to support companies which are planning to build factories and start new business in the state of Gujarat.”

With our proposed Unified License, NTT Com India will shortly be able to provide a high-quality National Long-Distance branded network in the country. In addition to the NTT Coms Submarine Cable Systems which connect Japan, US and major Asian countries including India at the industry’s lowest transmission latency, NTT Com India will provide a range of network services that are expanding in India. Specific offerings will include secure, high-quality private network services, such as IP-VPN connecting Datacenters or Cloud to the domestic and overseas customers.

Addition of Netmagic Solutions Datacenter services and Cloud Computing capabilities will magnify NTT Coms capability to provide one-stop ICT solutions in the fast-growing Indian market, thereby, accelerating its offering of global seamless services through its expanded ICT infrastructure world-wide.

On this momentous occasion, Sharad Sanghi, CEO & Managing Director Netmagic, an NTT Communications Company, stated NTT Communications globally owns Datacenters under the brand of Nexcenter in over 130 locations with an approx. 349,000 sq.mtr server floor space. Netmagic continues to innovate and create Intellectual Property through R&D whether it is in the area of improving PuE, automation in cloud, business processes or new products. The company is building its largest ever Datacenter in Mumbai and will be operational from 3rd quarter of CY2015. We continue to intensify our product roadmaps, and plan to augment our Cloud offerings and invest in building compatibility and skillsets for supporting diverse technology platforms.

NTT Communications has 5 subsidiaries in India including NTT Com India, Netmagic, Arkadin India, Emerio India and Virtela India, and its solutions leverage these subsidiaries and the Indian resources of other NTT Group companies including Dimension Data and NTT DATA.

About NTT Communications Corporation

NTT Communications provides consultancy, architecture, security and cloud services to optimize the information and communications technology (ICT) environments of enterprises. These offerings are backed by the companys worldwide infrastructure, including the leading global tier-1 IP network, the Arcstar Universal One VPN network reaching 196 countries/regions, and 130 secure data centers worldwide. NTT Communications solutions leverage the global resources of NTT Group companies including Dimension Data and NTT DATA.

http://www.ntt.com | Twitter@NTT Com | Facebook@NTT Com | LinkedIn@NTT Com

About NTT Communications India Pvt. Ltd. (NTTCI)

NTT Communications India Pvt. Ltd established in 2005 is a subsidiary company of NTT Communications. Headquartered in Gurgaon with branches in Neemrana, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai and Ahmedabad. NTT Communications India celebrates 10 years of its operations in the Indian Subcontinent.

About Netmagic Solutions – (An NTT Communications Company)

Netmagic, an NTT Communications company, is Indias leading Managed Hosting and Cloud Service Provider, with 8 carrier-neutral, state-of-the-art datacenters across the country. Established in 1998, Netmagic has been a pioneer in the Indian IT Infrastructure services space as it was the first to launch services such as cloud computing, managed Security, disaster Recovery-as-a-Service and software-defined storage.

An IT Infrastructure Partner to more than 1500 enterprises globally, Netmagic, also delivers Remote Infrastructure Management services to NTT Communications customers across

Americas, Europe and Asia-Pacific region. Netmagic is the recipient of several industry accolades and was recently chosen by Indias CIO community as the best service provider of Datacenter Managed Services and Cloud Services, at the CIO Choice 2015 Awards.

For more information, please contact :

Masanori Haneishi

Mumbai Branch Manager

NTT Communications India Pvt Ltd

Direct: +91 22 61275711

Email: m.haneishi(at)nttcomindia.com

Kenichiro Araki

Head – Business Analysis

Business Analysis

Netmagic (An NTT Communications Company)

Direct: +91 22 40099116 | Cell: +91 8452002151

Email: Araki.K(at)netmagicsolutions.com

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The Global Institute for the Arts and Leadership (TGIAL), a Non-profit 501c3 Organization, Published First Book This SpringCan Art Save Us? by Fred Mandell, Ph.D.

Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 09, 2015

According to Nancy J. Adler, PhD., Professor of Management at McGill University, With his unique fusion of executive experience, artistic creativity, and profound humanity, Mandellchallenges us to believe in the power of art and art-making to transform the maker, the viewer and the broader community.

Mandells book, Can Art Save Us? serves as part of a larger effort by TGIAL to raise awareness of the impact the arts and the art making process can have on solving large social problems.

In a recent conversation Mandell tells how he often hears the question: What age are we in? The answers run all over the place. The Post Industrial Age? The Information Age? The Digital Age? The Creative Age?

As CEO of TGIAL, Mandell has been asking business and civic leaders, entrepreneurs, academics, artists from around the world this very question. His conclusion? The truth is we are in the Age of Change.

This new age is also fraught with myriad challenges that range from political upheaval, climate change, poverty, disease pandemics, on and on. One thing is clear: this new age of change calls for fresh approaches, a new set of eyes and new modes of thinking.

In response to this need, Mandell and a group of other leaders, educators, scientists and artists have recently launched The Global Institute for the Arts and Leadership (TGIAL).

What makes TGIAL unusual is that it promotes the power of the art making process and artists as keys to the very new kind of thinking we need to deal with our current conditions.

For one thing, artists are Thomas Edison with a paint brush or violin. Artists are good at taking things apart and putting them together in really unusual ways. Artists know how to tap into our imaginations and continuously reinvent new models. At a time when unconventional solutions are necessary the creative process as practiced by artists is what the world needs.

Mandell is excited about the worldwide network of diverse professionals who are affiliating with TGIAL. Mandell, who teaches a program entitled The Leader as Artist at MIT Sloan of Management, suggests that it is important to recognize that the old ways of thinking are no longer adequate to solving contemporary problems. Its like trying to fix a computer with a flint stone. A clear mismatch between tool and problem. Art has been around for a few millennia, Mandell noted. Its time to take the art making process out of the studio and into the street and board room. Thats why we created The Global Institute for the Arts and Leadership and thats why I wrote Can Art Save Us?

To learn more about The Global Institute for the Arts and Leadership, please visit ArtsChangeLeadership.com to discover its unusual initiatives. To order or learn more about Can Art Save Us? go to: Amazon.com.

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