NTT Communications Partners with Arkadin
NTT Communications, an information and communications solutions company has announced that two of its subsidiaries have managed to put together a couple of reselling agreements that will only make global cloud based network integration that much easier. Even better is that the agreements the firms have managed to forge will also make those easier solutions totally available on demand. Arkadin (News - Alert) and NTT America are both among the fastest growing UCC service providers, and are both subsidiaries of NTT Communications.
The agreement allows Arkadin’s full suite of collaboration solutions to be paired up with NTT America’s (News - Alert) cloud and network integration services. The two companies are able to basically make themselves into one more powerful company that can offer a number of solutions clients are looking for on a growing basis. The two subsidiaries will be forming the alliance under the Arcstar Conferencing brand name.
This name spans a ton of different markets including audio, Web, video conferencing and unified communications. NTT Communications clients, both those that are working through the parent company and its subsidiaries will be able to benefit from collaborations that will result in deeper and more effective deployments.
These clients will be getting world class support in more than 30 countries around the world that is thanks to the collaboration of two firms who know each other’s businesses quite well. “By combining NTT Communications’ (News - Alert) expertise in networking, data and IP services with Arkadin’s complete suite of collaboration solutions, we can successfully provide a more in-depth global communications solution to our current and prospective clients,” Kazuhiro Gomi (News - Alert), president and CEO, NTT America, said in a recent statement.
Gomi went on to talk about how this particular partnership is one that is “extremely strategic”. Arkadin’s managing director added that he felt as though this kind of partnership was a natural extension of the services that the companies were able to provide.
Edited by Adam Brandt