This article was authored by Dylan Bushell-Embling, and was originally posted on telecomasia.net.
Japanese fixed line operator TOKAI Communications has contracted Australia-based Telstra to provide connectivity to help pursue an international expansion.
TOKAI Communications has arranged to use the Telstra Programmable Network (TPN) to access Telstra's networks.
The Japanese operator will also to tap into Telstra's subsea cable infrastructure spanning 230 countries and territories, as well as its Ethernet Private Line services, to directly connect TOKAI's business locations on point-to-point subsea cables linking Singapore and Tokyo.
According to the companies, the partnership will give TOKAI Communications the capability to compete in new markets and to connect customers to new overseas opportunities.
“Telstra developed TPN to empower enterprises to meet the challenges of the future, embrace digital transformation and to quickly respond to changing market and customer demands,” Telstra head of international Oliver Camplin-Warner said.
“With TPN, employees at TOKAI Communications will operate on a single, integrated and intelligent platform that provides flexible and dynamic access to Telstra’s high bandwidth, low latency and secure networks that allow the enterprise adapt faster to changing demands.”
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