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20 February 2013
| Laura Hedges
NTT Communications has announced the launch of its Communications Enterprise Cloud, a virtualised Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) offering.
Following the launch of its SDN-based enterprise cloud via
data centres in Japan and Hong Kong in June last year, the new
service is designed to be available globally through the
Communications Enterprise Cloud,
Telstra has launched its cloud-based enterprise service, Whispir Conversation Platform, in the UK.
Japan’s NTT DoCoMo and Chinese vendor Huawei claim to have demonstrated a successful LTE trial over 5GHz unlicensed spectrum.
As SDN moves from tentative sandbox trial to real-life deployment, we put the spotlight on some of the carriers showing the way forward. In partnership with vendors, these players are helping to forge the networking services market of tomorrow.
Australian carrier Telstra has launched a global cloud based unified communications service to enable business to collaborate in real time across the globe.
Visual computing technologies provider NVIDIA has extended its partnership with NTT Communications, selecting the carrier’s Hong Kong data centre facilities as its hub for the Asia-Pacific region.