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Company Overview of SoftBank Telecom Corp.
SoftBank Telecom Corp. provides telecommunications services for corporate customers and consumers in Japan and internationally. The company offers fixed-line telephone services, data transmission, and dedicated line services. It also provides voice transmission services, such as domestic and international call services, high-speed data communications services, and mobile voice and data communication services; cloud computing services; and network services, including ULTINA, an information and communication technology platform service, data center services, and ODN and SpinNet Internet services. The company was formerly known as Japan Telecom Company Limited and changed its name to SoftBank T...
Founded in 1984
Key Executives for SoftBank Telecom Corp.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
SoftBank Telecom Corp. Key Developments
VMware, SoftBank Telecom and SoftBank Commerce & Service Expand VMware vCloud Hybrid Service to Japan
Jul 16 14
VMware, SoftBank Telecom and SoftBank Commerce & Service have expanded the VMware vCloud Hybrid Service to Japan. The partners will deploy this IaaS public cloud service for Japanese customers. The vCloud Hybrid Service is designed to enable organizations to extend their private on-premise IT infrastructure to the public cloud. The resulting hybrid cloud is compatible with a customer's existing IT assets and allows them to build new cloud-native applications. IT departments can view, manage and operate this cloud environment in a unified way using the VMware vSphere platform.
SoftBank Telecom Corp. Announces Dividend
Mar 28 14
SoftBank Telecom Corp. decided its dividend of surplus on March 25, 2014. Total amount of dividend is JPY 44,119 million, effective March 26, 2014.
Armor5 and SoftBank Partner to Deliver Zero Touch Secure Mobile Cloud Service
Jan 15 14
Armor5 has formed a partnership with SoftBank Telecom Corp. to provide enterprises with an on-demand service that delivers secure access to cloud services, enterprise applications and intranet resources to any device on any network. Through this partnership, SoftBank becomes the first telecom to offer its customers a 'last mile cloud security' solution. The Armor5-SoftBank Secure Mobile Cloud offers enterprises complete device diversity without forcing a trade-off between security and privacy or sacrificing the user experience. This unique cloud service: Delivers Last Mile Security - Instantly prevents data loss from any cloud service by providing a highly secure on-demand cloud security layer which leaves zero data on the device and eliminates risk of data loss; Extends Policies to the Cloud - Easily enforce additional corporate policies (e.g. time fencing, geo fencing) on top of popular cloud services like Google Apps, Salesforce.com, Workday etc; Aggregates Cross-Cloud Analytics - Presents a comprehensive view into cloud service usage across multiple public and private cloud services including individual session duration, most frequently used services etc; Protects Employee Privacy - The service is only 'on' when users access corporate apps and data, relieving enterprises of privacy exposure during personal use. Corporations can also avoid privacy breaches resulting from remote wipes, which are unnecessary with Armor5 since data is not resident or cached on the device; Preserves the User Experience - Works with any internet-enabled device using a standard browser, without installs or configuration changes on the device or enterprise DMZ, while operating at a zero performance deficit. The Armor5-SoftBank service achieves high-velocity on-demand security by virtualizing the user's experience and placing the security function in the cloud, where it is isolated from the device and the network. Since the policy controls to cloud services and enterprise resources are contained in the cloud, they can be seamlessly extended to enforce access to any cloud service from any device, any network. The Armor5-SoftBank service lets users choose whether an online session is work-related or not. Non work-related activity is not tracked or monitored by the company and therefore the business is not responsible for the user's actions. But when a user accesses cloud services, enterprise applications, data or content, the online session is tracked and logged by the IT department.
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