Tata Communications Ltd said it signed an agreement with British Telecom (BT) that would allow customers on either of their existing video exchanges to establish conferences with customers on the other's video exchange.
The collaboration will provide each organisation with open access to a much broader network of businesses. The service will help enable telepresence users to reach more partners, suppliers, customers and prospects at public and private end-points and will facilitate globally distributed, real time face-to-face virtual conference meetings that drive greater value to the collaborating businesses, Tata Communications said in a regulatory filing.
On Tuesday, Tata Communications' shares gained 1.8% at Rs251 on the Bombay Stock Exchange, while the benchmark Sensex closed 0.4% up at 17,412 points.
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