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Airtel and Cisco Collaboration to Lead To a Better and Improved Connectivity Solutions

Airtel and Cisco Collaboration to Lead To a Better and Improved Connectivity Solutions

BhartiAirtel, the Delhi-based telecommunications services company has formed a coalition with Cisco that will be aimed at delivering advanced connectivity and networking solutions to SMBs and enterprise customers in India. Under the partnership, Airtel will join hands with Cisco to offer Managed SD-WAN services built on the Cisco-Viptelaplatform, which will provide in-built security and real-time analytics.

Presently, businesses are seeking more agility and growth, and in order to achieve that, they need to tap into the potential of cutting-edge digitisation technology. The Airtel-Cisco collaboration will leverage this technology to enhance Airtel’s profound customer connections and network. “We are delighted to announce this alliance which further strengthens the deep relationship we have with Cisco”, said Ajay Chitkara, CEO - Airtel Business. He also added that digital India brings with it a huge opportunity that can completely transform the digital journey of businesses and help them accomplish a great level of growth and development.Airtel now looks forward to work on improving digitisation and collaboration solutions to consolidate its position in the B2B segment of India.

A new service, Cisco-Webex, will also be offered by Airtel as a one-stop solution for customers to cater to all their conferencing and collaboration requirements.Airtel customers will now have the capacity to team up overnumerous audio and video platforms and devices. Sameer Garde, President of Cisco India & SAARC said that Airtel is well positioned in the market to provide next-gen digitisation solutions to the Indian enterprise customers and meet their service expectation quality as well.Airtel Business works to serve more than 1,000 global enterprises, 2,000 large and 500,000 SMBs across the nation.


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