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    Thumbs up NTT no BR

    NTT America and NTT do Brasil Announce Expansion of Global IP Network with New Point of Presence Location in Sao Paulo


    Companies jointly establish worldwide connectivity for Latin American markets with NTT Communications’ Tier 1 Global IP Network

    NEW YORK and SAO PAULO – September 12, 2011 – NTT America and NTT do Brasil, both wholly owned subsidiaries of NTT Communications Corporation (NTT Com), today announced that the two companies have jointly expanded the reach of NTT Communications’ Tier 1 Global IP Network into South America with a new Point of Presence (PoP) location in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The new global IP network PoP enables NTT America and NTT do Brasil to better enable Latin American service providers and content networks to gain access to its high-capacity, reliable and efficient network.

    “Sao Paulo is the ideal location to establish our first global IP network PoP in South America – it’s the epicenter of Latin America’s emerging marketplace with many opportunities for companies looking to increase their global footprint and drive the market forward,” said Michael Wheeler, vice president of NTT America’s Global IP Network business unit. “We look forward to working with NTT do Brasil to deepen our commitment to the region’s telecommunications industry by expanding network accessibility and capabilities between Latin America and the rest of the world.”
    As a strong emerging market, Latin America offers valuable opportunities to the global IP transit industry, and the new Sao Paulo-based PoP will directly enable not only the growth of the local market but also the ability for global players to effectively and efficiently connect to Latin American infrastructure. NTT America and NTT do Brasil’s joint investment in the new global IP network PoP follows several years of working closely with Latin American companies to identify how best to help them meet broadband growth demands.
    “The Latin American telecommunications sector is quickly becoming a crucial part of the worldwide market, so it’s an optimum time for NTT America and NTT do Brasil to leverage the NTT Communications Global IP Network to provide a stable and dependable infrastructure to meet the broadband demands of service providers and consumers in the area,” said Yukio Adachi, president of NTT do Brasil. “Together, through the deployment of this Point of Presence, we’re directly enabling the continued growth of the Latin American markets.”
    NTT America and NTT do Brasil directly connect telecommunications companies, Internet Service Providers (ISPs), content providers, Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) and enterprises to major markets around the world via NTT Communications’ Tier-1 IP Backbone Network. The NTT Communications network provides high-volume data transport at a complete range of commercial-strength bandwidth options, utilizing the most advanced technologies to provide fast, efficient and accurate data transport.

    For more information on the NTT Communications Global IP Network, visit About Our Network - NTT America - www.us.ntt.net.

    About NTT America
    NTT America is North America’s natural gateway to the Asia-Pacific region, with strong capabilities in the U.S. market. NTT America is the U.S. subsidiary of NTT Communications Corporation, the global data and IP services arm of a Fortune Global 500 telecom leader: Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corporation (NTT). NTT America provides world-class Enterprise Hosting, managed network, and IP networking services for enterprise customers and service providers worldwide. For additional information on NTT America, visit us on the Web at NTT America - www.us.ntt.net.
    U.S. product information regarding the NTT Communications Global IP Network and its award winning IPv6 transit services may be found at NTT America - www.us.ntt.net, by calling 877-8NTT-NET (868-8638), or by emailing sales@us.ntt.net. Join us on Facebook at NTT America | Facebook, follow NTT America on Twitter at @NTT_America or LinkedIn at NTT America | LinkedIn for up-to-date news and announcements.
    About NTT do Brasil
    NTT do Brasil is a wholly-owned subsidiary of NTT Communications that provides high quality and reliable global data networks, IP Services and network integration services to companies with the highest quality standards and requirements. The company’s mission is to offer necessary infrastructure and support for enterprises to develop globally and strengthen its competitive edge. For additional information, visit NTT do Brasil at NTT do Brasil | Global ICT Partner.
    About NTT Communications Corporation
    NTT Communications provides a broad range of global networks, management solutions and IT services to customers worldwide. The company is renowned for reliable, high-quality security, hosting, voice, data and IP services, as well as expertise in managed networks and leadership in IPv6 transit technology. NTT Communications’ extensive infrastructure includes Arcstar Global IP-VPN and Global e-VLAN, as well as a Tier 1 IP backbone reaching more than 150 countries in partnership with major Internet service providers, and secure data centers in Asia, North America and Europe. NTT Communications is the wholly-owned subsidiary of Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, one of the world’s largest telecoms with listings on the Tokyo, London and New York stock exchanges. Please visit NTT Communications Global Website.

    NTT, NTT Communications, and the NTT Communications logo are registered trademarks or trademarks of NIPPON TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE CORPORATION and/or its affiliates. All other referenced product names are trademarks of their respective owners. © 2011 NTT Communications

    Media Contacts: Michelle Craig and Cameron Bays, Nyhus Communications for NTT America; 206.323.3733; ntt@nyhus.com

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    professor, dá um breve resumo do resultado deste anuncio para leigos
    Siga-nos em nosso twitter: @wht_brasil

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    O curioso é que em latências SP é de fato o centro da América Latina... SP-BsAs é similar a SP-Baixo Nordeste, SP-Santiago é similar a SP-Alto Nordeste... então mesmo que SP não fosse um ponto de atração de tráfego, naturalmente seria um ponto de convergência.

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    E o que impede Fortaleza de ser um ponto de otimização?

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    E o que impede Fortaleza de ser um ponto de otimização?
    Latência de Fortaleza para os grandes mercados (SP, RJ, BsAs, Santiago).

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    Mas não cobriria uma grande área como norte-nordeste?

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    Mas não cobriria uma grande área como norte-nordeste?
    Cobriria, mas o tamanho do mercado só de N-NE não justifica o investimento e custos recorrentes de muitas CDNs privadas e públicas que já fizeram as contas.

    Já SP consegue atender bem a América Latina começando do Pacífico em Santiago, passando por Buenos Aires e toda a orla brasileira de Porto Alegre a Fortaleza. Mas não precisaria ser SP-Capital, poderia ser a região do litoral próxima as landing-stations na Praia Grande, poderia ser Cotia/Barueri... BH, norte do PR, Brasília, triângulo mineiro também teriam latência ainda num patamar bom.

    O problema é político: qualquer medida federal que apoiasse uma área em SP seria bombardeada pelos outros estados, e a idéia mais comum no governo atualmente é que estimular Fortaleza.

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    Sim, mas vamos lá: inaugurando-se o cabo da costa africana (ele já tem nome comercial? não me inteirei ainda sobre o mesmo) Fortaleza será o ponto de menor latência.
    Estimulando-se um hub maior em Fortaleza, dará estímulo a se aumentar a capacidade até Manaus sem ser pela Venezuela...

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    Sim, mas vamos lá: inaugurando-se o cabo da costa africana (ele já tem nome comercial? não me inteirei ainda sobre o mesmo) Fortaleza será o ponto de menor latência.
    Estimulando-se um hub maior em Fortaleza, dará estímulo a se aumentar a capacidade até Manaus sem ser pela Venezuela...
    O mercado africano é infinitamente menor que o latino-americano... e chegar até Manaus é algo que não virá de Fortaleza. Nos mapas do PNBL tem a rota que será seguida de Manus em direção ao Sul e será construída junto com gasoduto ou oleoduto da Petrobrás.

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    Jesus, mais uma coisa pra explodir e causar duplo rompimento de fibra por semanas...

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