USA & INDIA: Tata Communications is extending its global business video ecosystem with a new interconnection agreement with AT&T.
The agreement now enables even more face-to-face collaboration around the world, across each respective network. With this latest in a series of interprovider agreements, Tata Communications’ Global Meeting Exchange network provides connections to most of today’s major providers of Telepresence services, offering customers unprecedented reach for their business video networks.
“To help the telecoms industry meet the requirements of enterprises as the growth of business video continues, there needs to be collaboration and openness amongst service providers”, says Peter Quinlan, VP, Integrated Business Video Services, Tata Communications.
“The creation of an open ecosystem in which service providers align and interconnect their respective business video communities will allow enterprise customers to receive not only the best service possible, but it will also give them unprecedented reach to other Telepresence rooms around the world, enabling them to embrace video as a daily business communication tool. The agreement with AT&T is the latest step in our strategy to make business video a truly global collaboration tool for enterprises, regardless of network, service provider or location.”
Tata Communications’ strategy to create the world’s richest, connected and open video ecosystem includes: business-to-business video services, cloud-based services and flexible, modular, managed services; as well as one of the world’s widest-reaching Telepresence networks via inter-provider agreements and the largest public Telepresence room footprint.
These offerings culminate under the Global Meeting Alliance, an open business video ecosystem initiative spearheaded by Tata Communications, which provides participating enterprises and service providers with greater global reach, lower total cost of ownership and a world-class user experience.