Client Videos, Slideshows, Webcasts & Podcasts

  • Exploring the Capabilities of an Interconnected World w/ Kazu Gomi – The Sourcing Industry Landscape Podcast

    Welcome to the latest Sourcing Industry Landscape podcast, hosted by Dawn Tiura.

    Kazu Gomi is the CEO of NTT (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Company) America, which ranks as the fourth largest telecommunications company in the world. Read more

    Sourcing Industry Group 12/12/18
  • OrbTV: NTT & Multicloud Trends

    Len Padilla, VP Product Strategy of NTT Europe, discusses how we’re witnessing a growing multicloud trend and how NTT is advising enterprise customers transitioning into the multicloud environment. Watch the video

    Light Reading 02/28/18
  • McLaren’s NTT Com partnership now helping its F1 team with racing

    NTT Communications and its technologies is helping McLaren’s Formula 1 racing team to race even faster. The McLaren F1 racing team has a racing simulation engine, MORSE, which generates over 100GB of data per race weekend. MORSE leverages the NTT Enterprise Cloud to complete simulations faster at time-critical points. This results in a more complete race strategy for McLaren’s Formula 1 racing team. NTT Com’s Cloud Management Platform race-day dashboard further enables the team to see the status of its IT infrastructure. Why? For proactive fault finding and avoidance, McLaren says. NTT Com’s networks also enables fast connectivity between McLaren HQ, satellite offices, and the 20 worldwide Grand Prix racing sites. This NTT Com relationship extends across the entire McLaren company, helping it to achieve cloud, mobility, security, and other goals. The next stage, from 2018 to 2020, will involve accelerating co-innovation across the entire McLaren enterprise.

    ZDNet 10/20/17
  • The Net Effect [PODCAST]

    Picture messaging firm Snap once snubbed a buyout offer from Facebook. Is it now losing to its Facebook-owned rival Instagram? Plus, we chat to Kathryn Brown, CEO of the Internet Society, and Professor Philip Howard from the Oxford Internet Institute, about how the Net is changing societies around the world. And 20 years ago, chess world champion Garry Kasparov was beaten by IBM’s Deep Blue computer. We hear what he makes of artificial intelligence today. Presented by Rory Cellan-Jones, with BBC technology reporter Chris Foxx, and special guest Cassie Werber from the Quartz news website.

    BBC World Service: Tech Tent 05/12/17
  • NTT accomplishes 2014/2015 US launch goals and accelerates rapidly toward 2016 goals for Agents, Master-Agents and Multi-National companies [PODCAST]

    Serving 196 countries with 146 data centers and global networks, Robert Westervelt, Vice President/General Manager-Indirect Global Solutions, peels back the NTT onion and explains the corporate structure and how his company fits into the NTT plan as well as the cloud market to Don Witt of The Channel Daily News from TelecomReseller.

    TelecomReseller 03/25/16
  • IPv6 Lands on Consumer Edge Routers [PODCAST]

    First round of devices to get the official IPv6 Ready CE Router Logo debut as challenges remain for broader IPv6 adoption.

    Enterprise Networking Planet 02/02/16
  • NTT: Implementing NFV

    NTT America’s Robert Schrage, senior director of technology services, product and business management, sat down with The New IP at NFV Everywhere in Dallas to talk about how NTT is implementing NFV in its network today.

    The New IP 09/29/15
  • NTT: NFV & SDN in Production

    NTT Americas’ Robert Schrage, senior director of technology services, product and business management, sat down with The New IP at the Big Telecom Event in Chicago to talk about his company’s use of NFV and SDN to shorten provisioning times and route customers to private, public and hybrid clouds. In addition, he also spoke about the importance of embracing open source and opening the “code vault,” and how NTT has had to change the people, processes and tools to meet the challenges of SDN.

    The New IP 06/18/15
  • NTT: Open Source Key Going Forward

    Light Reading’s Editor-at-Large Carol Wilson talks to Doug Junkins, CTO, NTT Americas, about how the carrier’s pioneering work in SDN is building on open source, and how he sees NTT’s participation in the open source process becoming more important going forward.

    The New IP 03/06/15
  • The New IP in Pics: It Must Be Art!

    Light Reading 02/20/15