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NTT Com completes acquisition of Secure-24

23 Apr 2018

NTT Communications Corporation, or NTT Com, has completed its 100% acquisition of Secure-24.

The latter is a US-based provider of managed services, a category of business which is a key focus of NTT Group outlook. NTT Com sees managed services as a key part of its strategy for global growth, and the acquisition will enable NTT Com, Dimension Data and other members of the NTT Group to strengthen their global capabilities.

Furthermore, the NTT Group will combine its existing cloud, network and data center services with Secure-24's managed services to respond to increasing global demands from customers looking to manage their hybrid IT environments.

Going forward, NTT Group will continue to strengthen the technical capabilities and global reach of its managed services to help customers effectively operate and maintain a wide range of enterprise applications such as SAP and Oracle.

NTT Com initially entered into the agreement to acquire Secure-24 on November 13 last year, at which time CEO of Secure-24, Mike Jennings commented: “This acquisition brings the unparalleled service levels, application expertise, security and compliance support of Secure-24 to the global NTT community.”

Founded in 2001, Secure-26 currently has around 600 staff and is headquartered in Southfield, Michigan.

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