Orange Business Services has signed an agreement with Tata Communications to expand its network coverage ten-fold to over 120 cities to meet customer demand in India.
As per the Network-to-Network Interconnect (NNI) agreement, Orange Business will utilize Tata Communications’ 120 points of presence (PoPs), extending Orange Business Services’ reach to tier-two and tier-three cities such as Bhopal, Kanpur and Visakhapatnam.
The Indian expansion will assist Orange Business Services to support its global multinational customers looking to connect to small cities across India with reliable network services. Orange Business Services ensures global service level agreements (SLA) and straightforward billing.
The company also offers Orange Business VPN – a managed network solution that allows data, voice and video to run on the same IP-based MPLS network – from all locations covered by this network agreement.
Christopher Ozer, head of Global Communications Solutions – Asia Pacific, Orange Business Services, said: “Enterprises are looking for global expansion opportunities and need a reliable network that allows them to meet end-user demands for digital transformation and innovative services, such as cloud computing, unified communications and M2M.”
Orange Business Services, which has been present in India for more than 40 years, currently has more than 600 multinational customers in India.