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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