AT&T has started reselling IBM's Corporate Internet and IP Remote Access services under the AT&T banner, following the telco's $5 billion acquisition of Big Blue's Global Network, last December.
AT&T Global IP Dial Services, which are based on Global Network, add to the company's Enterprise Calls Virtual Private Network (VPN) services. These are aimed at providing users with a single platform for domestic and international Internet access. IBM will also resell the programme.
The US telco acquired Global Network, which was originally IBM's internal network, for almost double Big Blue's original asking price. The complex deal included entering into mutual outsourcing contracts.
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