KDDI joins with Indo-Fuji Information Technology

Tuesday 20 January 2004 | 00:00 CET | News
KDDI has signed an agency agreement with Indo-Fuji Information Technology (Bangalore, India), systems developer, under which the two companies will work together to offer intra-company communications networks for Japanese companies with operations in India. Indo-Fuji will operate as an agency for KDDI, allowing KDDI to offer a service which will combine international and domestic lines into a single corporate network. The move by KDDI is seen as an attempt to prepare for a loosening of restrictions on foreign ownership within the Indian telecoms market. KDDI is looking to agree further deals

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Categories: General
Companies: KDDI European Research
Countries: India
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