The company is partnering Hewlett Packard (HP) for the new offerings. Airtel had earlier announced partnerships with VMware for virtualisation and Savvis for hosted managed services to ramp up its cloud computing services.
The new partnership with HP would provide infrastructure-as-a-service and software-as-a-service to small businesses of sizes as low as five employees in a company to 500 people.
The entire suite would be available now for connectivity, load applications, take care of data centres and managed services, and enable them on cloud.
The partnership with HP would also take care of security concerns on bring-your-own-device for employees. The information technology team of companies would not have to worry on shared infrastructure as Airtel would use its own data centres situated in the country.
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