NTT Communications to provide ICT infrastructure to Sakura Tower tenants

Infotech Lead Asia: Sakura Tower, an office building in Myanmar, has approached NTT Communications Corporation to provide information and communication technology (ICT) infrastructure and support to enable its tenants to enjoy a high-quality Internet environment.
Sakura Tower, a 20-story office building in Yangon’s central business and government district, has a number of multinational tenants.
Multinational companies are rapidly expanding their business activities in the country, causing a spike in the demand for stable ICT services. NTT Com launched a branch office in Yangon in October 2012 to meet the region’s demand for  international networks, system integration, security and other ICT solutions services.
NTT Com will provide customer support,  round-the-clock network monitoring and back up networks that ensures minimized impact on the businesses of customers if the main network ever faces issues. Customer support will be provided  in English, Burmese and Japanese.
 NTT Com will promptly address and restore any network failure reported to the appropriate local ISP. Infrastructure will be backed by highly reliable redundant networks both inside the building and between Sakura Tower and domestic ISPs.
Some of the ICT services that NTT Com will provide Sakura Tower are “Digi-Path” Internet connection service, global IP addresses, rental routers, internet VPN for secure connection with LAN networks in other countries, virtual firewalls built with NTT Com equipment and security policies tailored to each user and large-file delivery for oversized files that cannot be attached to emails.
NTT Com will also provide web hosting and mail hosting, including high-quality antivirus and spam filtering, web mail, automatic reply, mailing list creation and range of mailbox sizes.
NTT Communications’ solutions leverage the global resources of NTT Group companies including Dimension Data, NTT DOCOMO and NTT DATA. Earlier this month NTT Com announced that it will start construction on the new Cyberjaya 4 Data Center in Malaysia this month, targeting the provision of commercial operations from May 2014.
NTT Com will begin accepting applications from tenants on May 1.