Jio’s entry to Indian market with disruptive offers forced competitors to reduce data pricing, as a result there was a dramatic increase in Facebook traffic. The impact was so much that it took Facebook’s global monthly active user (MAU) numbers to record highs. In its December-quarter earnings call with investors on Wednesday, the social media giant…
IBM partners with Reliance Communications to provide its customers with a complete portfolio of highly secure and scalable Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offerings running on the IBM Cloud.
As one of India’s leading integrated telecommunication service providers, Reliance Communications has a client base of over 115 million, including over 39,000 large enterprises and small and medium business (SMBs) across industries. The company will not only offer IBM Cloud infrastructure services to its customers but it has also launched new offerings designed to provide end-to-end integrated e-commerce services for India’s SMB market—all running on the IBM Cloud.
“Indian enterprises are increasingly leveraging cloud for business transformation and require sophisticated new levels of support to expand their e-commerce operations. Through our partnership with IBM, customers will instantly benefit from the added flexibility and global reach to be more competitive, especially as we look at new opportunities from the “Digital India” program,” said Braham Singh, SVP of Global Product Management, Reliance Communications (Enterprise) & Global Cloud Xchange. Read more