NTT is positioned furthest and highest for “Completeness of Vision” and “Ability to execute” respectively in the Gartner Magic Quadrant.
NTT SD-WAN real-time network analytics offers deep insight into application performance, network security, and the end-user experience
NTT, a world-leading global technology services provider, today announced it is positioned as a Leader in the March 2021 Gartner ‘Magic Quadrant for Network Services, Global’ report, recognized for both its “Completeness of Vision” and “Ability to Execute.” NTT is also ranked highest in the March 2021 Gartner Critical Capabilities for Network Services, Global report for the Global Network, Intra-Asia/Pacific Network and Intra-EMEA Network Use Cases.
The Gartner Magic Quadrant report states, “Driven by cloud IT service adoption and accelerated by COVID-19, the market for global enterprise network services is undergoing a generational shift in technologies and provider landscape. I&O (Infrastructure & Operations) leaders must adapt their network sourcing approaches to reflect this transformation.”
NTT continues to invest heavily in its global network services portfolio as a transformational driver of innovation for its clients. Known for its exceptional client service and support, NTT has deep expertise in building and managing large, distributed networks. For enterprise CIOs and CDOs pursuing a cloud-first strategy, NTT networking services offer seamless performance for end-users to cloud and SaaS applications, offering a secure, reliable, and enhanced experience whether connecting from home, a branch office, or a large campus.
Masaaki Moribayashi, Senior Executive Vice President for Services for NTT Ltd. said, “Networking is core to delivering agile and impactful solutions for our clients’ rapidly changing business needs. With years of continued investment in our global network services portfolio, it’s a great honor to us to see NTT’s vision, strategy and product portfolio has been well recognized.”
Takeshi Wakita, Senior Vice President for NTT’s Global Network business division, added, “Transformation has always been the foundation of innovation for NTT. We’re incredibly grateful for the hard work of our employees and deep partnership with our clients that allows us to continually raise the bar for our services and offerings.”
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1Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Network Services, Global, Neil Rickard, Bjarne Munch, Danellie Young, 2 March 2021.
2Gartner, Critical Capabilities for Network Services, Global, Danellie Young, Bjarne Munch, Lisa Pierce, 3 March 2021
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