A new partnership between Airtel, India’s leading communications solutions provider, and the world’s largest privately-held cloud computing company, Vultr, will help enterprises in India gain unrivaled global reach while moving more workloads to the cloud.
Global spending on the public is expected to remain high, driven by workloads tied to AI, machine learning, HPC, analytics, visual computing, and gaming. Worldwide, spending on public cloud alone is expected to rise 20.7% from $490 billion in 2022 to $591 billion in 2023. The partnership between Airtel and Vultr represents a clear path forward for customers to scale their digital operations and leverage cutting-edge cloud technologies.
Airtel and Vultr: Connecting India to the World
Vultr’s cloud solutions will be hosted in Airtel’s state-of-the-art data centers across Bangalore, Mumbai and Delhi-NCR enabling businesses to scale their digital operations globally. As part of its enterprise solutions, Airtel customers will have access to Vultr’s Cloud Compute and Optimized Cloud Compute, as well as groundbreaking Cloud GPU and fractionalized GPU offerings. With this offering, businesses of all sizes across industries can leverage:
- Cutting-edge cloud technologies to accelerate digital innovation
- Optimized global cloud performance
- Maximum return on global cloud spend
- Simple and transparent pricing
“Our partnership with Vultr comes at a very exciting time as the country continues to aggressively embrace 5G technology and increasingly adopt digital solutions as a way of doing business. This partnership will help us to deliver complex cloud solutions at competitive costs which when combined with our legacy network strength and connectivity, offers an attractive proposition to our enterprise customers.” — Ganesh Lakshminarayan, CEO – Enterprise, Airtel Business
Advancing India’s Connectivity
Airtel’s partnership with Vultr is the latest in a wave of activities that have served to advance digital connectivity across India. Last year, Airtel announced a collaboration with Meta Platforms to jointly invest in global connectivity infrastructure and CPaaS-based new-age digital solutions.
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