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September 22, 2010

NTT Communications expands operations in Thailand

To provide network, data centre and security, system integration and Internet access services

By CBR Staff Writer

NTT Communications (Thailand), a subsidiary to NTT Communications, is expanding its operations in Thailand by opening a branch office in Ayutthaya, Thailand on 21 September 2010.

The new Ayutthaya branch office will be the company’s third branch office and will provide multinational companies in Thailand with ICT offerings including: network, data centre and security, system integration and Internet access service.

The company said that the new branch office will expand NTT Communications network of subsidiaries and offices to 73 cities in 29 countries/regions.

NTT Communications (Thailand) Ayutthaya branch manager and the concurrent president Tsuyoshi Kawashima said that the launch of the new Ayutthaya branch office will enable NTT Com to access within 30 minutes neighboring industrial estates such as one of Thailand’s biggest, Rojana Industrial Park, and Hi-Tech Industrial Estate, where over 60% of the settled companies are from Japan, as well as Thailand’s first industrial estate, Nava Nakorn.

"NTT Com expects enhanced support and the immediate dispatch of engineers in case of trouble at the industrial estates," Kawashima said.

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