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Airtel strikes partnership deal with SK Telecom in India

Wednesday 13 September 2017 | 11:08 CET | News
Indian operator Bharti Airtel announced a partnership agreement with Korea's SK Telecom. Under the terms of the deal, Airtel will leverage SK Telecom's expertise to build its telecom network in India. The partnership covers several areas, including developing bespoke software to upgrade network experience, leveraging machine learning, big data and building customized tools to improve network planning based on customer's device experience, Airtel said.

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Categories: General
Companies: Airtel / Bharti Airtel / SK Telecom
Countries: India
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