NTT Europe announces Eastern European expansion of its Tier 1 Global IP Network.

21 November 2011 |


NTT Europe has announced that it has expanded the reach of its tier 1 global IP network in Europe with new PoP locations in Budapest, Bucharest and Sofia.

The company claims that the new PoPs will directly enable growth of the local market and allow global players to effectively and efficiently connect to infrastructure in Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria.

Clive Hamilton, head of NTT Europe’s global IP network business described Eastern Europe as the ideal location to establish new global IP network PoPs with opportunities for companies to increase their global footprint “We look forward to working with local carriers to deepen our commitment to the region’s telecommunications industry by expanding network accessibility and capabilities between Eastern Europe and the rest of the world.” he said.

NTT Europe directly connects telecommunications companies, ISPS, content providers and Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) and enterprises to major markets around the world via NTT Communications’ tier-1 IP backbone network. The network supports both IPv4 and IPv6.