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29 November 2012
| Kavit Majithia
NTT DoCoMo will establish a subsidiary in Singapore to provide services to Japanese customers in the municipality.
DoCoMo Singapore will be established on December 1 2012 and
begin offering Japanese language support, as well as
Pacnet is supporting Amazon Web Services (AWS) Direct Connect with hybrid cloud computing deployments.
AT&T has signed a three-year deal worth $8 million to provide global networking services to Schott, a German developer and manufacturer of industrial glass products.
Volta Data Centres has announced that managed services provider 6DG has established a PoP at its London facility.
Level 3 Communications has announced the launch of Video Cloud Services, based on moving, storing and delivering broadcast and internet video globally.
Internet giant Facebook is close to being granted an electronic money licence for payment and remittance services, in the company's latest effort to boost mobile services.
Japanese operator NTT DoCoMo is planning to spend approximately $4 billion in capex to expand its LTE network to all regions of the country.
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