New Delhi: Global communications solutions and services provider BT today announced enhancing its services for corporate customers in India and abroad.
The London-based company, which was awarded an ILD and NLD licence last month, said it has activated a new node in Chennai establishing its Internet Protocol backbone in India to expand services.
BT activated a multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) node in Chennai. As part of BT’s 21st Century Network (21CN) programme, the new node establishes BT’s IP backbone in India and expands services, a company press release said.
An additional node in Bangalore and a new node in Hyderabad are also scheduled to go live this month, with other nodes due for launch this year in Mumbai, Pune and Kolkata.
These nodes will provide greater access to and from the Indian facilities of these companies, connecting them to markets across the world.