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NTT America Deploys VMware vCloud Director for Offering Cloud Services
Today at VMworld 2010, NTT America, a wholly owned U.S. subsidiary of NTT Communications Corporation, announced that it is using VMware vCloud™  Director to offer cloud services to customers. VMware vCloud Director is software that extends the resource pooling capabilities of VMware vSphere™ to enable enterprises and service providers to create pools of compute, networking and storage resources with defined management policies and performance levels – helping establish a common model for provisioning IT services with consistent security, compliance and manageability across public and private cloud environments.  VMware vCloud™ Director enables NTT America to offer cloud services for its U.S.-based enterprise customers that empowers enterprises to leverage cloud resources globally to efficiently deliver resources to its internal organizations in a secure yet agile manner.  Executives from NTT America will be on site to discuss the company’s virtualized offerings at VMworld 2010 (booth #331) in San Francisco, CA. from August 30th through September 2nd, 2010.  NTT Communications is a silver sponsor of the event. 

“We are pleased that NTT America adopted VMware vCloud™ Director to deliver enterprise-class services based on the industry-leading VMware platform,” said Dan Chu, vice president, Cloud Infrastructure and Services, VMware. “With VMware vCloud™ Director, NTT America will be able to bring customers increased datacenter efficiency and business agility by building secure, scalable, and cost-effective private clouds to deliver IT as a service.”

“The use of VMware vCloud™ Director augments NTT America’s existing cloud offerings, and delivers enterprises secure, on-demand IT services, allowing customers to minimize costs and maximize hardware utilization,” noted Doug McMaster, NTT America’s vice president of products and solutions.  “We see a significant opportunity for large enterprises and system integrators to utilize our cloud solutions.  Infosys, one of the leading next generation IT and consulting companies, is an example of one of our partners that could leverage this new technology.”

With NTT Communications’ data centers strategically located in more than 30 cities across 20 countries, NTT America is at the forefront of infrastructure providers developing global virtualization services and cloud computing platforms for enterprises and multinational corporations.  The NTT Communications Global IP Network provides worldwide access to these data centers, as well as direct connections to major telecoms, ISPs, and broadband providers.  Cloud computing platforms are the growing trend amongst enterprises that manage transient, highly elastic, or other non-mission critical applications as costs need to be curtailed, while rapid self-provisioning is required to maintain optimum utilization levels.

Please follow these links for additional product information on NTT America’s public cloud computing and virtualized hosting platforms.

Published Tuesday, August 31, 2010 11:38 AM by David Marshall
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