Netmagic Solutions, which is the wholly owned subsidiary of NTT Communications is going to expand in India by targeting 350-odd Japanese companies. This would be beneficial for the Japanese companies as they will have a single provider across the globe. Apart, it is also looking at other global multinationals in India which are NTT customers in other regions. Netmagic aims to achieve to their target in the next 12-15 months.
The previous year it launched national long distance(NLD) services. Now it plans to take the fiber from existing telecom companies on the lease rather than laying down its own. They are tying up with all the providers, like Tata, Vodafone, Sify, Airtel, and Reliance. After which they will construct a single network for an enterprise.
Sunil Gupta, Executive director, and president of NTT Communications said, the company doesn’t aim to enter into mobile connectivity and servicing of individuals. While it sees its strength in data centers and the connectivity business through the fiber. It has seven data centers in the country and plans to add two, with an initial investment of ₹1,000 crore.
Tetsuya Shoji, NTT Communications’ president, and chief executive said, “India has been a key strategic market for us, with the accelerating shift of information technology services from traditional enterprise data centers into cloud-based services”. He added “With further expansion of data center footprint and addition of international data network services to our portfolio, we aim to meet the growing market needs for mobility, e-commerce, the internet of things (IoT), cloud and big data”.
The company will expand furhter in data center and international data network services. It aims to meet the growing market needs for mobility, e-commerce, the internet of things (IoT), cloud and big data.