AT&T and Cisco have signed a deal to expand into Europe their alliance offering packaged network services to large companies.
The two companies will work together through their Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) direct sales forces to to sell managed services to enterprise and multinational companies.
The services use Cisco technology and will also include IP Virtual Private Networks, AT&T's global managed internet, managed security and hosting services.
The companies will also collaborate on advance product and technology planning.
Bill Archer, AT&T's Europe president, said: "By extending our agreement to EMEA and approaching customers with the benefits of the alliance, we are making it easier for customers to choose a total solution to their networking needs based on AT&T and Cisco's products."
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