Connectivity Overseas

Dec 05, 2013

Connectivity Overseas

More Than 100 Cities In India To Benefit From Expansion

Multinational companies (MNC) in India now have greater access to advanced networking solutions, thanks to a new strategic agreement between AT&T* and Bharti Airtel. This major agreement demonstrates AT&T’s global strategy to support its MNC customers wherever their business takes them.

AT&T already has eight nodes in Delhi / National Capital Region, Bangalore, Mumbai, Chennai and Hyderabad. Under the Network-to-Network Interconnect (NNI) agreement, AT&T customers have access to more than 100 cities across India via Bharti Airtel’s more than 130 Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)-enabled IP Network nodes. This lets multinational customers enjoy:

  • End-to-end fully managed MPLS capabilities. It will offer consistent AT&T services from wherever they work in India, from the first-tier cities covered by AT&T’s existing network to all of the nation’s key smaller cities and high-growth areas.
  • A cost-effective, thorough and strong network. They can also expand their global MPLS virtual private networks (VPNs) to locations across India.
  • Consistent performance across all sites and a single point of contact for service-level agreement (SLA) management.
  • Easy contracting and billing.

To read more about the agreement with Bharti Airtel, view the complete news release.

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