Bharti Airtel Will Provide Network Management Services to REC

By January 11th, 2010 AT 4:09 PM

Bharti Airtel, India’s leading private telecom services provider today said it has signed a multi-year network management services contract with state-run Rural Electrification Corporation.

With this pact, Bharti Airtel will manage REC’s complete Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Backbone, including data centre and entire network connecting Delhi Corporate Office and 18 project or zonal offices across the country.
“We are delighted to be entrusted with this prestigious project from REC, a premier Government of India Navaratna enterprise. The Managed Services opportunity in India is set to expand exponentially in the years ahead,“ Bharti Airtel Director (Sales and Operations – Enterprise Services) Chris Tobit said.

Bharti Airtel will supply, install and manage the hardware security and network equipment and set up a standby server center infrastructure and also establish a data center co-located at Bharti Airtel facilities.

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Ujjwal
Ujjwal

Still Airtel lags behing Tata & Reliance in data center service & infrustructure.

Manoj Kumar
Manoj Kumar

Very good thinking by Airtel.Really Airtel is continuously growing world wide due to using latest technologies.

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