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2013-10-02 08:35:18

Plan to expand to 20,000 users within the SoftBank Group CLOSTER, N.J., Oct. 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Ericom Software, a global leader in application access and desktop virtualization solutions, today announced that SoftBank Telecom of Japan has chosen Ericom Blaze to provide customers and employees with accelerated remote access to its White Cloud Desktop Service - a hosted desktop service that allows users to access their desktops anywhere, anytime from various devices such as...

2012-08-27 18:21:08

TOKYO and RICHARDSON, Texas, Aug. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- SOFTBANK TELECOM and VCE today announced a strategic alliance designed to accelerate the adoption of cloud computing by companies of all sizes in Japan. SOFTBANK TELECOM will work with VCE as a service provider and reseller of VCE(TM) Vblock(TM) Systems. SOFTBANK TELECOM is standardizing its Cloud Services on Vblock Systems, which bring together leading technologies from VMware, Cisco and EMC into an intelligent converged...

2008-10-14 09:00:14

Desktone, Inc., provider of the first solution that enables virtual desktops as an outsourced subscription service, today announced that it has signed SoftBank Telecom as the first service provider in Japan and Asia Pacific to offer desktops as a service (DaaS) using the Desktone Virtual-D Platform. "Japan and Asia Pacific represent an enormous opportunity, and we're thrilled to mark our foray into these markets with the leading provider of voice and data networking solutions," said Mr....

2004-11-29 18:00:14

Tokyo, Nov. 29 (Jiji Press)--Telecommunications venture Heisei Denden Co. on Monday sued Softbank Corp. and its unit Japan Telecom Co., seeking a court injunction to stop Japan Telecom from launching a cheap fixed-line phone service. In the lawsuit filed with Tokyo District Court, Heisei Denden claimed that Softbank, which had attempted to acquire the venture firm, illegally applied knowhow obtained from the company during their acquisition talks to Japan Telecom's new fixed-line phone...

2004-11-25 18:00:08

Tokyo, Nov. 25 (Jiji Press)--Telecommunications venture Heisei Denden Co. plans to file a lawsuit with Tokyo District Court against Japan Telecom Co. next week, seeking a court injunction to prevent the firm from launching a new fixed-line phone service, Heisei Denden officials said Thursday. Heisei Denden claims that Softbank Corp. , Japan Telecom's parent, took advantage of the information disclosed by Heisei Denden during their tie-up talks and developed its own fixed-line service that...