Nestle extends WAN services deal for another three years

BT to connect 1000 sites worldwide

BT (British Telecommunications) has inked a new global services agreement with Nestle to manage the food company's wide area network (WAN) services for another three years.

The scope of the contract is to deliver and manage a global VPN (Virtual Private Network) using MPLS (Multi-Protocol Label Switching) services connecting more than 1000 sites worldwide.

The service includes multimedia voice and video running across the network as well as the roll-out of managed audio conferencing services.

It also covers the management of secure inbound and outbound Internet traffic using BT's managed firewall service.

The agreement supports Nestle's Global Business Excellence program.

As part of the program the two companies jointly developed a flexible and innovative service level agreement.

BT Global Services CEO, Francois Barrault, said the deal is part of a 15 year relationship shared by the two companies.

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