Michael Wheeler, Executive Vice President Of NTT Com's Global IP Network At NTT America. (Photo: Business Wire)

NTT Communications Corporation (NTT Com), the global data and IP services arm of Fortune Global 500 telecom leader NTT (NYSE:NTT), today announced its participation at the Capacity Asia 2013 Conference taking place in Bangkok, Thailand, October 29-31. Capacity Asia is one of the most prominent events for the wholesale telecommunications community in the region, bringing together participants from around the world and providing the opportunity to network with industry experts and peers.
Michael Wheeler, executive vice president of NTT Com's Global IP Network at NTT America. (Photo: Bus ...

Michael Wheeler, executive vice president of NTT Com's Global IP Network at NTT America. (Photo: Business Wire)

Michael Wheeler, executive vice president of NTT Com’s Global IP Network at NTT America, will join industry leaders on the panel “Supporting the Uptake of Content Services in Asia Pacific – Video, Gaming and OTT Services” on Tuesday, October 29 th, 9:45 a.m. local time, focusing on the challenges and opportunities the increase of content traffic presents to network infrastructure and customer experience.

NTT Com is in a unique position to address global wholesale trends and opportunities as the company is the top wholesale IP provider in Asia according to the latest quarterly wholesale rankings released by Renesys, a leading market research firm. NTT Com’s leading position in Asia remains unchanged from the 2012 Wholesale Rankings, which were published by Capacity Magazine earlier this year based on a wholesale customer base score from Renesys Market Intelligence.

“We are very proud of NTT Com’s strong leadership position in a number of key markets in Asia,” said Michael Wheeler. “We’ve strived to serve an increasingly interconnected world reliably with leading-edge technology and superior customer service. It’s encouraging to see that customers continue to appreciate the strength of NTT Com’s network and choose our company for their critical Internet-related business needs,” Mr. Wheeler added. “We will continue to reinvest in infrastructure in the region and all over the world, and drive towards acquiring more customers in the months and years ahead.”

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