NTT America, a wholly owned U.S. subsidiary of NTT Communications Corporation (NTT Com) and a Tier-1 global IP network services provider, today announced that Evernote, a popular U.S.-based cloud note-keeping service, is enabling access to its innovative suite of products by leveraging the NTT Communications Global IP Network.
Last year, Evernote began surveying the industry for a bandwidth provider that could accommodate the company’s exponential growth, particularly in the Asia Pacific market. Evernote chose NTT America as its primary provider due to the quality of service and technical sophistication of the network’s infrastructure.
“Japan is Evernote’s second-largest market, so it was imperative for us to partner with a network provider that offered seamless service to the Asia Pacific region. No one provides better access to that market than the NTT Communications Global IP Network,” said Dave Engberg, CTO of Evernote. “Our customers expect the highest quality of service possible, and NTT America’s direct routes to the markets that are the most critical to our business enable us to deliver just that.”
Evernote is benefitting from NTT Communications’ high level of redundancy, industry-leading uptime and extensive network of peering partners. Since becoming an NTT America customer more than one year ago, Evernote’s bandwidth requirements have tripled in size and NTT America has been able to easily and quickly scale with the company’s needs.“Over the last four years, we have seen Internet traffic flowing from the U.S. to Asia triple in volume. As companies expand their global footprint, it’s critical they have a solid network infrastructure in place to maintain the quality of service their customers expect,” said Brent Duncan, vice president, sales & marketing, Global IP Network, NTT America. “Our strong connection to Japan and the greater Asia Pacific market have long been a competitive differentiator for us.”