NTT Com expands IP network to Indonesia

Dylan Bushell-Embling
02 Oct 2013
Daily News

Japan's NTT Communications has widened the reach of its IP network, opening up two new PoPs in Jakarta.

The company will use the PoPs to offer IPv4/IPv6 dual-stack access to its IP network, which Renesys estimates in the world's the second largest network among Tier 1-IP network providers.

NTT Com will provide services to domestic ISPs and content providers, and to foreign companies delivering services in Indonesia.

Also on offer will be a range of ICT offerings covering data centers, data network services and cloud services.

Demand for network services could be high – NTT Com estimates that international IP traffic is growing at a CAGR of over 80% in the large market.

NTT Com appears to be on something of an expansion drive. In August, the company purchased a controlling stake in collaboration service provider Arkadin, while in June, it acquired 74% of Thai data center services provider Digital Port Asia.

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