NTT Expands by Buying IT Services Company

Susan Hall

Japanese telco NTT is buying South African IT company Dimension Data for the U.S. equivalent of $3.2 billion in cash, reports Channel Register.

 

In announcing the deal, the two companies are focusing on the ways the two businesses complement each other. As the Los Angeles Times explains, NTT focuses on networks, data centers and mobile services, while Dimension Data helps clients operate and maintain IT systems. The deal also will help NTT expand its reach with Dimension Data's customers in Africa, the Middle East and Australia.



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Jul 19, 2010 3:32 AM DILPREET Singh DILPREET Singh  says:

Dear Sir ,

As I am working with A 100% subsidiary of Dimension Data in India

By this merger is there will be any benefit for the Employees like me.

Or is there any chance to go outside of the India.

As I am working as a network engineer.

Warm Regards

Dilpreet Singh

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