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Airtel Partners with Tech Mahindra to Co-develop Digital Solution in India

Airtel Partners with Tech Mahindra to Co-develop Digital Solution in India

The partnership will develop digital solutions across 5G, Private Networks, Cloud and CDN

India's leading telecom provider Bharti Airtel ("Airtel") has partnered with Tech Mahindra to develop digital solutions for the Indian digital economy. The companies will develop use cases across the fields of 5G, CDN, and cloud in the country.

Under this partnership, Airtel and Tech Mahindra will also set up a joint 5G innovation lab for developing Make in India use cases for the Indian and international markets. Further, the companies will be working to bring to market customized Enterprise Grade Private Networks for the digital economy. For this, Airtel's industry-leading integrated connectivity portfolio of 5G ready mobile network, Fiber, SDWAN, and IoT, will be combined with Tech Mahindra's proven system integration capabilities.

“Airtel and Tech Mahindra have a shared vision of supporting the growth of India’s digital ecosystem. We are delighted to join forces with Tech Mahindra to bring to market a range of cutting-edge digital solutions for the emerging requirements of enterprises. With proven technology capabilities and deep customer trust enjoyed by the two brands, we believe this is a win-win partnership,” said Ganesh Lakshminarayanan, CEO-Enterprise Business, Bharti Airtel.

This partnership has said that it will focus initially on the market segments of Automobiles, Aviation, Ports, Utilities, Chemicals, Oil & Gas, and then expand further.


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