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NTT America Extends Automated Remote Monitoring Service; Michael DeVito Comments

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NTT CommunicationsNTT America has moved to expand its information technology outsourcing service for automated system management with a new range of covered devices and the launch of a connectivity service.

NTT America extended NTel Ops“™ coverage to other types of Internet protocol-based devices to enable remote monitoring of NTT Communicationsthird-party and managed private networks, NTT Communications said Wednesday.

NTel Ops, unveiled in 2012, is designed to help clients monitor and address issues across their IT infrastructure, reduce operating costs and automate business processes.

Michael DeVito, NTT America executive vice president of global solutions, said the company aims to broaden the scope of its expert systems for NTel Ops customers.

The NTT Communications subsidiary also launched the multiprotocol label switching-grade NTel VPN that works to deliver private Internet connection.

NTel VPN, which went live in January and became available in June, is meant to provide connectivity worldwide, managed or co-managed platforms and a standalone network or an MPLS-supported live network.

NTel Ops includes an online management portal for organizations to view the IT environment status in real time.

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Written by Jay Clemens

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