NTT to buy German IT security firm Integralis

Japan's NTT announced it will acquire German IT security services firm Integralis, a move which is seen as strengthening the company's presence in Europe while European carriers are expanding in the U.S., and U.S. carriers are getting into Asia. The deal is worth about $105.5 million and is expected to close in September.

NTT, which has been a global leader in the push toward IPv6, also is busily adding new POPs in Europe and extending offerings like IP VPN.

For more:
- Light Reading has this story

Related article
NTT last month said it would acquire Pacific Crossing

Suggested Articles

On the heels of TalkTalk shareholders approving the deal to sell FibreNation to CityFibre, CityFibre is now targeting 8 million premises in the U.K.

Cisco's Kevin Wollenweber has turned into a COVID-19 sleuth of sorts over the past few weeks as he tracks the virus' impact on networks.

The coronavirus pandemic has led to organizations of all sizes sending their employees home for work, but will they want to return to the office?