IT software developer Intelliden has expanded its reach into the Japanese telecommunications market, the company revealed Thursday. To cross the Pacific, Intelliden said it partnered with international business development firm Intralink. Under their agreement, Intelliden will rely on Intralink's Surrogate Sales Program to expose Japan's communications service providers to Intelliden R-Series software. Intralink was founded in 1990 and has offices London, Tokyo, Shanghai and Shenzhen, China. Intelliden provides network automation and management software for the telecommunications industry. The firm is headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colo., and was established in 2000 by former MCI executives.