NTT Communications Starts Working in Russia in April
Сommissioning of the new telecommunications lines will let cut the tariffs by 30-40%.
The greatest Japanese telecommunications company NTT Communications (NTT Com) will start working for the industrial enterprises of Russia since April of 2008.
The Nikkei Weekly reports the company’s infrastructure “lets connect 900 Russian cities with Japan by means of the up-to-date telecommunications systems.”
Realization of the program will facilitate the work of Japanese companies at the Russian market which number has grown twice for the last three years. JETRO reports, by the end of past year 169 Japanese companies had their branch offices in Moscow.
Last December NTT Com finished the mounting of the fiber-optic cable between Russia and Japan which capacity is 640 MByte/sec. The project was jointly carried out with TransTelecom CJSC. The armored 570-km cable connects Sakhalin and Hokkaido islands and will become the first Russian-Japanese channel of communication. At present time Tokyo transmits information to Europe through the cables laid across the bottom of the Indian Ocean.
Sakhalin-Kurily reports that commissioning of the new telecommunications lines will let cut the tariffs by 30-40%.
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