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“As India gears up to experience 5G, we see a huge opportunity to help companies across industries transform the way they deliver goods and services,” said Ganesh Lakshminarayanan, CEO-Enterprise, Airtel Business.
“We have the largest network of edge data centers available in India under the Nxtra brand and we will use our work with IBM to help Indian companies address their critical business needs more efficiently,” he added.
Once implemented, the platform is designed to enable large enterprises across multiple industries, including manufacturing and automotive, to accelerate innovative solutions that deliver new value to their customers and operations – safe at the edge.
In India, 5G has the potential to create a cumulative economic impact of $1 trillion by 2035.
Howard Boville, head of IBM Cloud Platform, said partnering with Airtel to bring IBM’s hybrid cloud offerings to their Indian multi-access edge computing customers “will help them embrace the opportunities of 5G and edge, such as innovating at greater speed.” and security”.
Airtel’s edge computing platform, deployed as a hybrid environment, is based on IBM Cloud Satellite and Red Hat OpenShift.
“We are excited to partner with Airtel Business and IBM to set an even higher benchmark and explore the vast possibilities of deploying AI and analytics at the edge to increase the expertise of our workforce,” said Rajesh Uppal, Senior Executive Director, HR and IT. , Maruti Suzuki.
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