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January 22, 2018

NTT Communications to Address Digital Transformation for Connecting Worlds at PTC’18

Mr. Tetsuya Shoji, President & CEO of NTT Communications, Will Discuss Challenges and Opportunities While Providing Connectivity to Consumers and Enterprises Globally

Media Advisory – Honolulu, Hawaii, USA – January 22, 2018 - Mr. Tetsuya Shoji, President & CEO of NTT Communications, will discuss the challenges and opportunities telecom operators face to deploy and provide increasingly sophisticated connectivity to accommodate current and future needs of consumers and enterprises globally.

Tetsuya Shoji, President & CEO, NTT Communications (More details)

Keynote Session “Transform. Transcend. Digital Transformation for Connecting Worlds.” (More details)

Monday, 22 January 2018       
Time: 10.00–10.30am Local Time

PTC’18 Conference held at Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort
2005 Kalia Road Honolulu, HI 96815-1999, USA

Telecom operators have been diligently providing communication infrastructure for decades all around the world. Meanwhile they face both challenge and opportunity to deploy increasingly sophisticated connectivity to accommodate current and future needs of consumers and enterprises globally. To provide all digital, software-defined and virtualized networks, data centers, and applications access for example, means operators need to transform its business model to become a successful provider. What are the strategies for successful future telecom operators given the challenges to its business models, the need for different eco-systems, and increasingly competitive global, regional and national markets? In terms of both infrastructure and services evolution, what must operators do to remain as the cornerstone to connecting worlds? (More details).

Mr. Shoji is in a unique position to discuss global industry trends as NTT Communications is a subsidiary of NTT, one of the leading telecommunications companies in the world and the #50 largest corporation in the Fortune 500 Global List of 2017.

Organized by the Pacific Telecommunications Council (PTC), PTC’18 is the Pacific Rim’s premier telecommunications event. The Conference provides 7,000+ members and attendees with a three-day platform to focus on planning, networking, and discovering what the new year is bringing. A comprehensive look at the event can be viewed online at:  

For more information:

Christopher Davis

Senior Director Marketing Americas

NTT Communications


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