Bharti Airtel Partners With Savvis For Enhancing Managed Service Offerings

By February 8th, 2011 AT 1:25 PM

Bharti Airtel Partners With Savvis For Enhancing Managed Service OfferingsBharti airtel today announced it’s strategic relationship with Savvis.The collaboration aims to offer innovative managed services to enterprises operating in or expanding into India.

Now the airtel enterprise customers will have more flexibility to pick and choose the best-in-class solutions from the available array of managed IT services portfolio.

Savvis will use airtel’s world class Data Centers, unsurpassed bandwidth capacity and network support to expand its services platform in India.

Airtel currently operates 5 level 3/3+ Data Centres across the country, giving pan India presence and choice to enterprise customers for their primary/DR requirements.

Drew Kelton, President – Enterprise Services, Bharti airtel said, “Our strategic partnership with Savvis is a major leap forward and will unlock the potential of the rapidly growing hosted IT services market in the country. Our world class network connectivity and next generation Data Centre architecture combined with Savvis’ technical expertise will help us to offer best in class hosting and security services to our customers. This is a reiteration of our commitment of continuously offering innovative and scalable solutions for our customers in this dynamic business environment.”

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