Shell, AT&T enter networking agreement

Friday 17 November 2017 | 16:37 CET | News
AT&T and Shell entered into an agreement for the provision of managed communications and network integration services for Shell globally. The agreement aligns with Shell's efforts to transform its complex IT operations by adopting more market standard services and fosters the existing relationship between the two companies for 5 and a half more years. Under the agreement, AT&T will provide strategic services like network management and integration, global voice and data services, security, video and collaboration, and innovative products.

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