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NTT announces new managed campus networks services enhancements

NTT’s Managed Campus Networks solution complements NTT’s Managed SD-WAN and Managed Private 5G offerings


NTT, a global technology and business solutions provider, announced a number of enhancements to its Managed Campus Networks service, a portfolio of consulting, technical and managed services designed to provide integrated campus networks.

NTT said that the new platform enables organizations to access the latest cloud-based and Artificial Intelligence (AI)-enabled operations tools and critical connectivity services.

The enhancements deliver an improved client experience through automation and efficiencies, access to globally available skilled network experts, and operational processes certified against industry best practice, NTT added.

NTT’s recent ‘2021 Global Workplace Report’ revealed more than two-thirds of C-suite executives believe connected workplace technologies are very important to the organization’s future workplace strategy. “It’s fundamentally important to have a modernized network services foundation that supports outcomes delivered by a hybrid workplace,” said Sunil Kishore, senior executive VP, Managed Network and Collaboration Services at NTT. “The pace of modern business needs robust communication, collaboration and access to business services all facilitated and enabled by the network.”

NTT’s Managed Campus Networks solution complements NTT’s Managed SD-WAN, and Managed Private 5G offerings by accelerating technology and operations transformation through automation, AIOps enabled platforms and analytics. The company also noted that these offerings help to deliver the best digital experience for employees, customers and devices connecting to the campus network.

“In today’s demanding work environments, we know organizations require a one-stop shop for their network services,” said Amit Dhingra, EVP, Enterprise Network Services at NTT. “With NTT’s Managed Campus Networks services, we leverage the innovative digital capabilities of our service platform and experienced technical skills to provide enterprises with faster time to incident response, improved network agility, and deeper insights into network operations through our global service delivery, and Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) aligned processes and certification.”

NTT’s Managed Campus Networks service offering is underpinned by NTT’s network infrastructure assets, including a tier-1 network backbone spanning five continents, SD-WAN services in 190 countries and cloud-based NFV services in over 75 global Local Cloud Centers.

NTT employ more than 50,000 people across 57 countries, trading in 73 countries and delivering services in over 200 countries and regions.

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