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Bharti taps IBM for infrastructure and application services

Thursday 3 April 2014 | 04:38 CET | News
Indian communications provider Bharti Airtel and IBM have signed a new agreement to manage Airtel's infrastructure and application services in India over the next five years. Airtel and IBM also have partnerships for IT infrastructure and services across Airtel's international operations.

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Companies: Bharti Airtel
Countries: India
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