BT Expands On Indian Subcontinent
BT has announced the increase of connecting points (nodes) for its MPLS infrastructure
BT has announced the increase of connecting points (nodes) for its multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) infrastructure, which is the basis for high quality video and voice services over the internet, bringing the number to 14 in India.
According to the release, six cities including New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai and Pune will have multiple nodes plus an additional one in Kolkatta, making BT the global network IT service provider with the highest number of connecting points in India.
Special equipped nodes in Chennai, New Delhi and Mumbai will help BT's media and broadcast customers in India to deliver their content to a global audience.
Allen Ma, president, BT Asia Pacific, said "We are being recognised by the industry and our customers as a truly global software-driven services organisation. This is due to our concerted efforts of getting closer to our customer which enables greater collaboration. With our increased presence in India we are gearing up to gain access to tier two and three cities."
"Our greatest challenge in India is to ensure that our services and operations exceed customer needs and satisfaction at all times. Our plans for India are well on track and we are poised to reach our $250 million target by 2009," he further added.
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