NTT Com opens new office at Laos

Communications Corporation (NTT Com) announced that its subsidiary NTT
Communications (Thailand) has begun operating a branch office in Laos,
christened as “NTT Communications Vientiane Representative Office.”


The new
office initially is advising multinational companies on the use of efficient
and reliable ICT solutions for production, retail and sales operations in Laos.
It also provides useful business-related information.


the office will offer its own high-quality solutions in collaboration with
local carriers and the Laotian government, after receiving the necessary
licensing. The solutions will be backed by NTT Com‘s successful
track record of providing ICT solutions, including for international and local
networks, data centers, Internet, system integration and security, to customers
in other parts of the Greater Mekong Subregion.


Headed by
Tsuyoshi Kawashima, concurrently president of NTT Communications (Thailand) and
the Phnom Penh Branch manager, this is the first branch to be launched in Laos
by a Japanese carrier.


manufacturers are increasingly looking to Laos as a new production base due to
its low electricity and labor costs. The country’s economy is supported by the
East-West Economic corridor linking Vietnam, Laos, Thailand and Myanmar, and
also the Kunming-Bangkok Expressway linking Thailand, Laos, Myanmar and China’s
Yunnan Province.


expansion of the Asian regional market is stimulating the corporate demand for
unified, high-quality ICT services for offices in multiple countries.


The addition
of the NTT Communications Vientiane Representative Office expands NTT Com’s
network of subsidiaries and offices to 78 cities in 30 countries/regions.


Communications Corporation recently announced that it will enhance its
Global IP Network Service by introducing cloud-based traffic analysis for
distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) in Australia, France, Germany, Hong Kong,
Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, the Netherlands and the United


NTT Com also
announced that it has upgraded and will add a point of presence (PoP) for the
service in Tokyo for higher-quality global service.



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